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Old 01-18-2020, 10:36 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Fast Rider...LOL...ya I bet
Look Jerky...Im just offering a service that IMO you couldnt even buy and if you could for a WHOLE LOT LESS money. The cabin in the (Lanaudiere) region was just being thrown out there. If someone wants to do the Gaspe or Abitibi (north/west side of Quebec) that is perfectly doable. Want to go to Chibougamau and travel even further north to the Mistissini Indian Reservation thats "doable" too.
If someone already had plans on traveling to get some quality snowmobiling in then another guy tagging along adds next to nothing. And for 60-80 bucks a day in gas someone would get an experienced tour guide for a FRACTION of what it would cost them by a company. To each his own. I could care less if anyone responds or not. You (and the 1000's of others) have fun up on Tug & Old Forge this week. I'll be sure to PM you some pics of the upcoming week when I get back.
Fast......LOL....LOL....

You're a joke buddy. Have fun sitting home hoping for a handout. Btw...I will have a blast on Tug.
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Old 01-18-2020, 11:05 AM   #12 (permalink)
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You're a joke buddy. Have fun sitting home hoping for a handout. Btw...I will have a blast on Tug.
I bet you do have blast up on the Tug. Id be willing to bet you have a mohawk on your helmet and/or a "can" or tuned pipe. I'm right ...aren't I ?
Dont worry about me sitting home waiting for a "handout" you putz. I'll be on the Finest trails in North America next week while your trying to get your pee pee back in your bibs at Talbots Corners.
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Old 01-18-2020, 11:52 AM   #13 (permalink)
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I bet you do have blast up on the Tug. Id be willing to bet you have a mohawk on your helmet and/or a "can" or tuned pipe. I'm right ...aren't I ?
Dont worry about me sitting home waiting for a "handout" you putz. I'll be on the Finest trails in North America next week while your trying to get your pee pee back in your bibs at Talbots Corners.
Yeah, I'm the guy with the mohawk on my helmet....

Listen, I'm not down with gay slang. However the more I think about it, the more I am convinced "fill my sled" = "fill my a$$". You'd probably have better luck finding someone pick you up on Grinder.

Keep posting, I'm guessing its really helping your cause.
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My name is Chris and I live south of Rochester on Honeoye Lake. I have been riding Quebec for 20+ years now and pour on average 5,000+ miles a year on some of the finest trails available ANYWHERE.
Hi Chris. Your offer is intriguing, but I can't make a trip on such short notice .... but may be interested in a future trip.

I live just North of Canandaigua, recently joined and became an active member of the Hill N Valley Riders, I like 250-350 mile days, and have been to both Quebec and Ontario before. Also, I do have a minor comprehension of French as well.

To others, although his offer can be viewed as a little steep, he is offering "to pay for" 2 nights lodging, and a guide service.

I have ridden Thug Hill and Old Forge a lot, but have also ridden Quebec and Ontario, Canada, and the best day on Thug Hill comes nowhere near bad trail conditions in Quebec. Quebec is NEXT LEVEL.
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Yeah, I'm the guy with the mohawk on my helmet....

Listen, I'm not down with gay slang. However the more I think about it, the more I am convinced "fill my sled" = "fill my a$$". You'd probably have better luck finding someone pick you up on Grinder.

Keep posting, I'm guessing its really helping your cause.
I dont have a "cause" you piss ant. I was just trying to help someone to be introduced to the FINEST trails in North America and help a fellow NY'r experience all that Quebec has to offer. All for next to nothing in reality. It's ironic that you and "newbie boy" come on here to bash me and start attacking and throwing insults. Also ironic that for as many posts as you two jackwads have put forth, TWICE that many people have contacted me via PM or text expressing their interest and want all my contact info for future trips. But THE MOST IRONIC thing is that I can GAUARANTEE I have more snowmobiling miles and experience than you two idiots and your next two favorite mohawk wearing buddies combined. And I'll lay MONEY I could out ride you on ANY trail.
But hey...in all sincerity...have fun on the Tug. Try and not hurt or kill anybody.
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Wow, I thought I was giving people something to think about. If one of my sons, both mid 20s, came by and told me they were picking up someone they don't know for a trip, promising all this stuff, my response would be ARE YOU NUTS? What if a mile down the road he pulls a weapon and tells you to get out or worse and takes off with your truck and trailer. I would never do this with someone without meeting them and getting to know them better first. You might be the greatest guy on earth but I don't trust you because I don't know you. By the way I'm sure you could out ride me, I'm a trail cruiser out enjoying the ride, I pass about as many people that pass me. I'm the guy you want coming the other way on a blind hill or corner, staying on my side and in complete control at a reasonable speed while you are coming at me at 80 mph.
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Wow, I thought I was giving people something to think about. If one of my sons, both mid 20s, came by and told me they were picking up someone they don't know for a trip, promising all this stuff, my response would be ARE YOU NUTS? What if a mile down the road he pulls a weapon and tells you to get out or worse and takes off with your truck and trailer. I would never do this with someone without meeting them and getting to know them better first. You might be the greatest guy on earth but I don't trust you because I don't know you. By the way I'm sure you could out ride me, I'm a trail cruiser out enjoying the ride, I pass about as many people that pass me. I'm the guy you want coming the other way on a blind hill or corner, staying on my side and in complete control at a reasonable speed while you are coming at me at 80 mph.
Fair enough in what you say above 22Skidoo
there are some people who just believe everyone or everything in life is a scam or bad people. I know we have all heard horrible stories before but in all my days have NEVER heard of something like this occuring in the snowmobile world. More people have connected through the Internet (for a plethora of reasons) and become life long friends than have EVER had something bad happen. Maybe I could have "worded it" better for fragile & paranoid minds. Could have stated (and given) my references (which are many more than you could imagine in the snowmobiling community) but didnt feel I had to. I wouldnt want to go with someone like that and would have excused myself even if they offered to pay 100% of the trip.
So, I am glad people like you, your sons, fast7rider ,Gerald143 & woodtic have nothing better to do on a saturday morning from mom's basement is throw insults and be "internet warriors". Jealousy and being pissed off because you cant ride your snowmobile is no way to go thru life son. And if any of you "clowns" ever want to do some "real" snowmobiling I will meet you in Quebec, pay for my own way 100% and see who has the last laugh.
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