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Trelipe_King

Snow on the Lake?

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hey i am wondering if there is enough snow on the lake right now for cooling a snowmobile. I will be heading up this weekend and am wondering if i should bring my sled or the four wheeler. Any info is appreciated thanks

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well with the high winds tha tcame through last weekend i would bring the sled.lots of big and deep drifts out there now.

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I was just there last weekend, plenty of snow lots of big drifts. I would leave the 4-wheeler at home.

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