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Can a guy get off the beaten path with a wheeler or 4 wheeel drive in the Babbler area?

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As of last Sunday you could drive anywhere if you could get over the pressure ridges.

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No problem, trucks and ATV's can go anywhere on the lake right now. Watch out for the pressure ridges, they've been pretty active this year.

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Thanks for the info. Been over a month and hope to do some roaming this weekend.

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Always to much snow for you. Stay home. Give me a hollar on Sunday. Should be around somewhere.

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