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    too bad that ALL this isnt snow!!!
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    now take that and add this..what do you have????
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    • #3
      Taaaaa......................daaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
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      • #4
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        • #5
          www.oldforge.net

          they must HAUL snow in for this cam....
          Last edited by dongdangding; 02-03-2006, 07:26 AM.

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          • #6
            I had a girl once that looked like that...LOL




            2017 Ski Doo Renegade X 1200 ORANGE

            Perfect!

            Sometimes, it is OK for things to be less than OK. We have, in our minds, an unrealistic expectation.
            We think everything ought to be perfect. If it isn't, we figure we must be doing something wrong.
            But we live on a planet where nothing is without fault. Nothing.... and nobody !
            What counts, in the end, is not how you manage to make things right.
            It's how you manage to live with the fact that some things will always be a bit wrong.

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            • #7
              Was she a dirty girl??????????

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              • #8
                go to http://www.absolutesnowmobile.com there cams have snow to. they got conditions,and cams

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                • #9
                  jake...that site gives me viruses...and it NEVER works...I know..I hang at the PINE TREE..and they are always fixing it(cams)...

                  I go to other sites for cams

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                  • #10
                    Something like that Scott...
                    2017 Ski Doo Renegade X 1200 ORANGE

                    Perfect!

                    Sometimes, it is OK for things to be less than OK. We have, in our minds, an unrealistic expectation.
                    We think everything ought to be perfect. If it isn't, we figure we must be doing something wrong.
                    But we live on a planet where nothing is without fault. Nothing.... and nobody !
                    What counts, in the end, is not how you manage to make things right.
                    It's how you manage to live with the fact that some things will always be a bit wrong.

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                    • #11
                      what sites u go to

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                      • #12
                        sledfreak.com
                        sledfreak.com
                        sledfreak.com

                        ...others for a short stint..to scope out...by you can get lost in some of the BIG ones..while some are just plain useless...while SLEDFREAK...is still grOWING and developing...so it WILL only get better..thanks to ALL of us!

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                        • #13
                          how do u get to your conditions and cams?

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                          • #14
                            Snow S"cams"

                            Snopro

                            Yes Old Forge Moves Snow Under Their Cams. There Not Trying To Fool Anyone. They Need Snow To Get To The Trails/shops/restaurants. Behind The School Used To Be A Huge Pile Of Snow From Cleaning The Streets. Not This Year..its All Under The Snow Cams. No One Is Fooled

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                            • #15
                              We have the Snowtell sites out here where the National weather survey takes their readings.
                              Probably something similar where you are.
                              Here is a link:
                              http://www.wcc.nrcs.usda.gov/nwcc/sn...ays=7&state=ID
                              Look at the bottom line and you will see the depth and all at 6,100 feet elevation where we unload. Says 112 inches there now.
                              We ride from there up over 8,000 feet with 15 plus feet.
                              (sorry, had to rub it in)
                              Let's Ride Idaho

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