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Dickie's Roads

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Anyone know where Dickies roads go? Do they hook up with other resorts roads to get further north on the lake? Also where are their houses at? Thanks for any info.

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They had their houses on 3 mile reef two weeks ago....going out of Liberty beach.

I believe their were some roads going north on the lake but we were there the weekend of the cold weather and white out conditions....so many of the roads were drifted over.

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Now I just wonder if a person can get to Hunter's Point roads that are on three mile.

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I know there was one that went north off Dickies road and one that went south of HP's road.....but if the two connect.......no idea.

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We were up there 2 weeks ago, on 3 mile reef, and it didn't appear to be too many places you couldn't get to with a typical 4X4. We brought 2 sleds up as well and covered some ground. Don't know if they got hit with a lot of snow since then???

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We were at Dickies this past weekend and his road went to three mile reef and also went WAY past out to what looked liked a one of the flats. The roads did start to drift over when we left Sat night. hope this helps.

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Thanks guys

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