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Old 01-18-2020, 03:04 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Somewhere soon in Lanaudiere the sounds of a banjo playing the tune from Deliverance will fill the air.
No banjos when we left wednesday from the camp.
Just loud drums and rock and roll as we were celebrating Neil Pearts legacy
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Old 01-18-2020, 03:08 PM   #22 (permalink)
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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.
And oh BTW 22 skidoo......I maybe the guy coming at you 80MPH but my right ski tip will be flinging snow up from the right side vertical wall of snow.
I NEVER deviate from my side. If I did I would have been dead years ago !!!
over 100,000 major accident free miles cant be wrong !
Enjoy the rest of your weekend !!!!

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Old 01-18-2020, 03:27 PM   #23 (permalink)
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And oh BTW 22 skidoo......I maybe the guy coming at you 80MPH but my right ski tip will be flinging snow up from the right side vertical wall of snow.
I NEVER deviate from my side. If I did I would have been dead years ago !!!
over 100,000 major accident free miles cant be wrong !
Enjoy the rest of your weekend !!!!
I should have walked away already, but here goes.

Who couldn't ride at 80mph in Quebec? My 8 year old son could easily hop on my sled and do 80 up there. Not real impressive in my book.

I know...I know....your a great guy and are the best rider and have tons of references. You're also quick to start flinging insults when people laugh at your absurdity.

I'm going back down into my mom's basement, the meatloaf is almost ready.
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Old 01-18-2020, 06:04 PM   #24 (permalink)
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I should have walked away already, but here goes.

Who couldn't ride at 80mph in Quebec? My 8 year old son could easily hop on my sled and do 80 up there. Not real impressive in my book.

I know...I know....your a great guy and are the best rider and have tons of references. You're also quick to start flinging insults when people laugh at your absurdity.

I'm going back down into my mom's basement, the meatloaf is almost ready.
Dont forget your mohawk and hand lube after the meatloaf.
Yeah Quebec is ALL just like I90.. "straight as an arrow"...coming from someone who has never ridden there. Your a bigger putz than I already thought you were !
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My moms trailer doesn’t have a basement.
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Old 01-19-2020, 09:16 AM   #26 (permalink)
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Yeah Quebec is ALL just like I90.. "straight as an arrow"...coming from someone who has never ridden there.
Funny how a lot people who have never been there think that.

Yep, there are some smooth, straight sections but there is oh so much more. But most of it is hilly and twisty, with tons of windy secondary trails. I know some guys who go up there to just boondock.

A couple of years ago, I was riding up there and told myself that I need to come back to Quebec every year regardless how good conditions are at home. It is THAT good up there.
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Dont forget your mohawk and hand lube after the meatloaf.
Yeah Quebec is ALL just like I90.. "straight as an arrow"...coming from someone who has never ridden there. Your a bigger putz than I already thought you were !
Are you not entertained?
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I just got home from Quebec my second visit so far this season, going back next weekend. I don’t know why people think that the trails are like straight superhighways. 60mph is fast on 80% of the trails, yes there are sections where 90+ can be obtained but you can do the same on tug when it isn’t rough. People spend big money on high mileage tours in Quebec so what the op is offering really isn’t a bad deal.
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Old 01-19-2020, 10:00 PM   #29 (permalink)
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This is so much better than this 49ers/Packers game.....
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we are leaving at 4 a.m. tomorrow and will be at Camp Grindr by nightfall. Also have week of Feb 1st- 8th booked up. Will be riding well into the middle of April this season so plenty of time left.

Special offer (seriously) to "fastF7rider" who originally hijacked my thread (and attacked a fellow board member) with ridiculous claims of homosexuality and more. (lots of pent up aggresiveness this year with lack of snow I guess) . Even though I think your piss ant and dont deserve this, I'm the kinda guy who will do this for you. (seriously)
You pick the dates in late Feb/Mar time frame. I will come to your house in Victor and transport you and that fast sled you got to Quebec free of charge. I will then pay for and fill your sled up with one tank of gas. After that tank runs out I am dying to see how much "shit" you will be talking then. We can even stay at Hotels or lodges (in seperate rooms) so you dont have the possibility of getting butt raped at Camp Grindr so no worries there.
Lets see if your man enough to take me up on this (serious) offer. No mohawks, loud cans or tuned pipes allowed in Quebec though.
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