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coming up on sunday and im pulling my house up just wondering if ill have any trouble getting off the plowed roads

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Where's your house out of? Last weekend travel wasn't to bad. Some drifts here and there that may be tough if you're pulling a shack. We were out of Zipple and there was plenty of room to bust off the plowed roads and travel was easy as a lot of the snow blew down to bare ice. Of course this lead to some pretty big drifts as well. We have Chevy's and as long as we kept a head of steam we made it to the day house. Sounds like you know what you're doing, so you should be fine. It can be spendy if you need help from the resort so good luck to ya, but bring some cash in case you're in trouble. confused.gif

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IM PULLING MY HOUSE UP FROM THE CITIES AND I HAVE NEVER BEEN UP BEFORE

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