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Old 11-16-2006, 08:43 AM
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So you lower mainland guys, I hear its storming good there. Losses of power and everything.
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oh man, when i was watchin teh news she looked real darn ugly, seattle as well
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Southeast Alaska is snowed in can't keep up with it.
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Ya...it has been pretty interesting the last few days. I feel like i'm camping cause we aren't allowed to drink the water from the tap as of last night. What you gonna do though?
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Fire up the 4x4's and the ATV's and go play. Got a place we call the sledding Hill. It is an old spur road that runs a 20+ grade for better than half a mile. At the bottom it meets a main line spur so we build a big bonfire. go pack the hill in with the snow machine. then start out with log truck inner tubes. Luckily there is a half mile run out flat at the bottom starting by the fire. I have seen yongens on thoughs snowboard things get better than 60 miles an hour going by the camp fire. We roast deer stake over the fire and have a blast.
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Sounds like a blast Y Block. We don't get much snow on the south of Vancouver Island unless you head inland and up the hills,there's snow up there and some great day fun trips to be had. Never a bad day to be out-doors having fun.
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Fire up the 4x4's and the ATV's and go play. Got a place we call the sledding Hill. It is an old spur road that runs a 20+ grade for better than half a mile. At the bottom it meets a main line spur so we build a big bonfire. go pack the hill in with the snow machine. then start out with log truck inner tubes. Luckily there is a half mile run out flat at the bottom starting by the fire. I have seen yongens on thoughs snowboard things get better than 60 miles an hour going by the camp fire. We roast deer stake over the fire and have a blast.
Gees, sounds like we live in the same place, except for me it was moose steak and bear sausage
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Sounds like a blast Y Block. We don't get much snow on the south of Vancouver Island unless you head inland and up the hills,there's snow up there and some great day fun trips to be had. Never a bad day to be out-doors having fun.
I was out in the bush by shawnigan lake last weekend and it was snowing pretty good i was suprised
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