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Travel on the lake?

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I was wondering if the snowpack melted down enough to use a 4 wheeler off road? Isn't it getting too warm to run my old smowmobile?

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looking at heading out tommarrow with my four wheeler on the east side will post tommarrow night. been hard to stay at home last couple of days with nice temps.

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Heading up on St. Pats Day. Just going to need info on roads out there on the eastside of the pond and how far they go out. In the metro the water on the roads are close to 2ft deep when I was out there this morning. Its a little nerve racking driving out there. So hopefully you guys can keep an up date for me, till I get up there sat. morning. Thanks.

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