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MTguy

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is any body driving on the north metro lakes yet. i want to take my 4 year old out but hauling evertthing from shore might give me a heart attack. that or just taking a 4 year old. thanks cool.gif

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They are probably driving out on Turtle Lake this weekend. I was out there last weekend, most people were walking out but there were two trucks that drove out on about 12". Probably add a couple inches to that now that it's been a week. I have no idea if anything has been plowed though.

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People had full size trucks and plenty of wheelers out on Green a week ago. I dont know if that is a great idea though, there was still a lot of slush on top, but it was frozen the next day. We had 11" of ice where we were in the pop-up shanty town.

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there was a full sized truck on owasso saturday. only 8 to 10 inches where i was. granted it was a death march out there through the snow on foot, but its better than putting me or my kids in danger. going through the ice in a truck doesnt sound like a heck of alot of fun to me.

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