yea i know zackly what you mean.
last few seasons i spent the better half of decembers snows sitting on stand muzzlerloader deer hunting. knowing if i brought my sled up to the cabin. i would ride all dam day instead of hunting the best part of the deer season. well not this year boy, i couldn't stand it anymore, waiting till the end of january to ride. no na noda, didn't happening this year. brought my sled and hunted all day rode all night. just listening to them sleds off in the distance while on stand took some will power, but i got some good riding in. payed the price for it by not getting much sleep, and cought that nasty cold everyones getting. shared it with my wife when i got home. :hit:
me too. I rode all December knowing that a mid-winter meltdown was bound to happen. If you plan for it every year, then you'll never be dissappointed in the season. Glad I got to ride in 3' of fluffy powder already....ahhhhhh, much better now
We still have three more months to go here yet, then I'm off to Wyoming for a week in the mountains. Woohoo!!
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