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Boss Hogg


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Can someone report on the Pennington Road from Highway 2 to Blackduck.?   I want to drag my wheelhouse up over it.   It has been two years since I did  that,   At that time it was rough and the house took a pounding.  Thanks

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I was through there a couple weeks ago, and it was in excellent shape. It can be a  little sketchy if there has just been a couple inches of snow, as it does not get the traffic/attention that the majors do, but otherwise very nice. It is an awfully nice short cut.

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