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Old 09-20-2006, 03:22 PM
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This Pretty much sums it up for me...
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Old 09-20-2006, 03:41 PM
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Actually this is a little more in the spirit of winter.
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Old 09-20-2006, 04:07 PM
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Snowboarding, fixing things on the boat, house projects, random trips here and there!

I breathe a sigh of relief in the fall cause the $$ spending season is over...drift thru the fall...go boarding in Jan/Feb, go to a few boat shows, then start [email protected] in March that it's still cold...
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Snowboarding & house projects pretty much sums it up.
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For those of us not fortunate enough to live near year round boating weather...what do you do in the off season?
make a LOT of road trips there!!!!

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Old 09-20-2006, 04:38 PM
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Snowmobile. Nothing like zero to 90mph in 5 seconds.
ABSOLUTELY, WE DO THE SAME PRETTY MUCH EVERY OTHER WEEKEND STARTING DEC. 13TH THIS YEAR I BELIEVE. WHERE DO YOU GUYS GO BRAD? WE HAVE REALLY BEEN ENJOYING HOUGHTON, MI IN THE UPPER PENNINSULA. VERY DIVERSE RIDING AND BEAUTIFUL. I TAKE THE KIDS A LOT TO LAKE GOGEBIC AS WELL. THIS IS THE ONLY SPORT THAT GIVES YOU THE 0-100 MPH IN LESS THAN 15 OR 20 SECONDS THAT IS LEGAL AND GOOD CLEAN FUN. EVERYONE SHOULD TRY IT. HAMMER
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I honestly couldn't boat year round. The anticipation of spring and knowing what you will be doing for the next twelve weekends is a great feeling! I also enjoy the change of seasons.

I used to snowmobile until I started a snowmobile biz and got burned out. Starting to get the itch again so I may break down and buy one if there's any money left over after I pay Uncle Sam!

This is some footage from last year while I was riding a buddie's sled.

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i stay up late on oso and break everyones balls.....
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Try to save some money and anticipant going snowmobiling in Northern Michigan when mother nature cooperates. I try to go riding at least every other weekend, if not every weekend.
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