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Thread: Nice April 10 Ride on the Hill

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    Default Nice April 10 Ride on the Hill

    What a great day for a perfect last ride of the season. What better way to end the season then about 70 (s)miles with 3 generations having fun. It looked more like February 10th out there vs. April 10th. Most the areas we were still had about 3' of solid base with about 4" loose on top. Every season when we look back the rides our kids always remember are the late season rides when we cookout and dont see another sled or a road during the entire ride!

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    Here is the snowpack on a steeldeck bridge. We went over another bridge with about 4' of pack.

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    thanks awesome, I wish I lived closer to get more rides in
    more snow coming yet too, I know down my way there calling for snow on Monday, so maybe it ain;t over yet for you there LOL

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    Where did you ride from?

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    Im tryin to figure that out by the pics too!!

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    Some look like 46 Corners area up on through Swaincot Mills?
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    Awesome man! Is that the bridge in the worth area?

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    Looks like they were on the old railroad bed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by icicle View Post
    Looks like they were on the old railroad bed.
    History lesson for the kids about the Ole Gee Whiz. Started in Swancotts Mills... corners getting a little thin in spots down there but lots of snow up further.

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