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Dahitman44

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Ok ... So there were a couple of clowns that drove their full size dodge and ford trucks on the ice on Pelican lake.

R U guys crazy? --

There is 8-10 inches with a lot of questionable spots.

I guess that is a great example of natural selection. smirk.gif

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I'm planning on going to Pelican this weekend was wondering if you was going to be out there on Saturday.

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saw the same thing hitman, its just crazy, we have no plans on anything but sleds or wheelers.

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Ya some people must not care if they live or die just to be lazy, my life isn`t worth much but it`s worth more than fishing with my truck on the lake with me.

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I Agree also, You guys driving on pelican are crazy!

We drilled 5-6 holes out there and never got more than 8 inches. We just sat there and watched you guys, taking bets on who was going in first. Be smart and wait a couple of weeks, your endangering everyone out there.

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LBZ --

You are correct. They are putting others in danger as well. Use your heads for something other than a hat rack.

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I see you said FORDS AND DODGES wink.gifhaha just trying to set-up the dunk the clunk contest... THere was a car on the river down here in Breck yesterday, crazyness!

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