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Who else is getting to enjoy this cool down?
Good thing NASCAR is back in action this weekend. Need something to keep me occupied while indoors...

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This is for Canyon Texas.
We're expecting 8 or 9 inches of snow over the weekend.
It's too cold for me!
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I guess I'll enjoy it while I can. 9000' snowing on and off but 34 degrees. It's good to be on the warm side of the arctic airmass that slid down the front range for once. Spent 5 hours clearing snowbanks on subdivision roads yesterday getting ready for this next wave of storms. Most likely going to have to switch from plows to snow blowers this weekend. :(
 

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I honestly got stuck once, errrrrrr, not stuck, I just ceased all forward or reverse motion.......it's hard to go when you're resting only on the pan and tires aren't touching ground anymore.


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living in Las Vegas winter is the only time to ride!!. We hit the Logandale trails which ride thru the west side of Valley of Fire in on Saturday. It was 70 degrees............
 

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It was just unsuitable weather for man or beast this weekend. Even this morning is still on the chilly side at -6.

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Only zero here with a 10 mph breeze. Probably-20 windchill. My side by side rides are in the cab with the heat cranked for the next few weeks :)
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I got to admit 10 degrees and below starts a whole different level. Northern Ontario we would see those temps frequently riding sleds. Always get to the next town before sun down.
 

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was just unsuitable weather for man or beast this weekend. Even this morning is still on the chilly side at -6.
I got to admit 10 degrees and below starts a whole different level. Northern Ontario we would see those temps frequently riding sleds. Always get to the next town before sun down.
This thread is bringing back memories. 25 years ago, when things at the homestead were much less civilized, it was a 10 mile sled commute in -25 at times weather at 5AM. That was after prying frozen tracks from the ground and dislocating your shoulder from pulling the starter cord. Then you got to coax a frozen truck to life and let it warm up for 15 minutes just so your breath wouldn't instantly freeze on the interior glass. It was an adventure that I wouldn't trade, but wouldn't want to repeat.
 
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