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gregg52

VIKINGS RALLY .........

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gregg52

Any one going to ride ??????????????

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BradB

No, but I'm putting a Packers flag outside my house to keep them away.

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mtreno

thinking about it. we will see i guess.

brad i think that may bring them in.......

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machohorn

All the good players will be in Hawaii for the pro bowl, Bud will make his usual jaunt, ride in the bus, get out , put his helmet on and go inside to the cheers, put helmet back on , go out side get in bus, then head to the next stop. Kinda funny, but Bud does spend time chattin with folks, still a legend. Buzzies will be packed

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Hoochskins

how are the trails? do they groom the lake?

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gregg52

HMMM good question i doubt it it seems every trail i've been on up here when the trails get to the lakes the groomer turns around i was thinkin clubs must have like a policy stay off the lake withe groomer i havent gone across any lakes the were very ruff though

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Hoochskins

how is the soo line trail from wahkon to hillman?

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Crappie Castle

the garrison comm club has been busy grooming the trails ....they started yesterday and will keep working on them till the day of the rally.but i dont think they do the lake just the trails.....im sure the rest of the clubs are working around the clock too....this is a big event...and everyone works very hard to make it fun/ just a word of advise though theres alot of drinking and dnr is hard on the people thet dont behave

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HeviShot

I'll be there.

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gregg52

HeviShot

you riding or just goingto party

I;m kinda lookin to find a few guys to ride i'm little oler than you but i ride a 600mxz and tend to ride alittle harder

than most my age

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HeviShot

We'll be doing some fishing and some riding.

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MuskieSlayer

I hope to get some riding time in, but only after I get my permanent chipped out in the morning.

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binger

Vikings rally? Mothers and Daughters beware. I am not joking.

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dewey1980

Lets see if any Vikings get into trouble this year.

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binger

Isn't Mille Lacs International Waters...wait, thats Minnetonka!

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