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Old 09-18-2003, 11:03 AM
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COLD? We were out on a friends Formula 353 last night, 47 degrees in shorts and sweatshirs! This is the nicest time of year!

In my best Top Gun impersonation: "If your snuggling partner isn't available, let me know, I snuggle with you."

Snowmobiling is the shiznit! My buddies Formula 312 is named "Till Snow Flies!" Been working on the sled already. I am thinking about re-rigging alot of the Skater and upgrading under the rear hatch.
Boating in 47 degrees in shorts and sweatshirts...I think your crazy, but since you were boating it might be worth being cold then.

I've never been snowmobiling. I can already see one problem...I don't like to be cold. Guess you just bundle up real good? I'd look like a walking snowman!!!
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I thought that is something your suppose to do all year around!!!

Ok, sounds good to me! Was that an invitation?
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Old 09-18-2003, 11:08 AM
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Ok, sounds good to me! Was that an invitation?
LOL!!
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Snowmobile!
Just called the dealer to see if he had an idea when the new sled was going to be in. Of coarse he had no idea, I smiled to myself and thought I really need to get a hobby were somebody has a clue

If youve never tried snowmobiling your missing out. It is a kick azz sport. Once you have the right gear you will never be cold.
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Tantrum is EXACTLY right! The right clothing is essential. Once you have that covered you will be on your way to the most enjoyable winter activity there is!
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COLD!!!!, you need to be kicked for even bringing this up on a boating forum. there is still a good month and a half left of boating season and I live in bum fu*ked Ohio. As for winter activities, snowmobiling, drinking, screwwing, skiing, and trips to the keyes are all on my winter agenda. I hate the cold weather too, but you havent lived until you have raced across an open field @ 130mph on a snowmobile.
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Tantrum is EXACTLY right! The right clothing is essential. Once you have that covered you will be on your way to the most enjoyable winter activity there is!
I have to admit that the snowmobiling is starting to sound like a lot of fun. As long as I'm not cold...I'm very happy!!!!
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People give up too early! I actually seen boats being winterized last weekend!

Put on some jeans and a long sleeve shirt for cryin out loud!
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I haven't given up on boating yet. The cold brings out the reality that winter is on it's way. I don't like winter. We usually boat through October and maybe longer if the weather holds up. At night everyone on my dock huddles around the fire pit to stay warm. It's a lot of fun.
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20" of snow in the mountains above us. It went from Summer to Winter real quick here.
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