Trip Report: Snow Wheeling 2023 Season

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Trip Report: Snow Wheeling 2023 Season

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Finally got out on New Years Day for my first trip this winter. Couldn't have asked for better conditions. Snow was great, but not as deep as expected. A lot melted off.
My favorite photo of the day
My favorite photo of the day
Road getting very over grown
Road getting very over grown
The SxS on tracks are nearly unstoppable
The SxS on tracks are nearly unstoppable
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Great rare views of Baker
Great rare views of Baker
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Re: Trip Report: Snow Wheeling 2023 Season

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Got the old timer out! How's the new one working for you? The last video I watched you were having fun with it.

I have only been out once, on Veteran's day. We had decent snow and was heavier up higher than where this picture was taken (I don't take enough pics :rolleyes2: ). We've got quite a bit more snow this season so I think all the places I go are snowmobile only at this point, but I might have to go poke around a bit and see when I get more time.

I've noticed a lot of our roads are getting overgrown too - around here I think it's because more people have been using ATV's in recent years instead of full size vehicles.
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