On my way home from baseball practice after school today (yes we still have plenty of snow to ride, practice is in the gym) I see a guy parked in the middle of the lake. His sled stopped running, not quite sure what happened but being the friendly snowmobiler that I am, I told him to pull the belt and I'd be back in about 20 minutes. Rode 8 miles home grabbed a tow rope, rode 8 miles back to the middle of the Mascome lake and towed him to his truck. He offered me money but I denied and he thanked me and I was on my way home again. Learned a valuable lesson, always carry the tow rope with ya, coulda saved me 16 valuable miles on my old beat up doo. We need some more friendly people on the trails, on my way to school one day I went off the trail to get into some powder because of low loose snow conditions I was runnin hot, and as you might have guessed, I buried it. I walked 1/2 mile to school and it was 5 degrees out in only pants, my jacket and helmet. After school I walked back to my snowmobile and started tuggin. Two guys rode by, one on a zl 800 and another on a zr 600 as a 14 year old boy pulled on a 500 pound sled in 2 feet of powder. Took me a lot of diggin and a lot of time b4 I got it out. A little more courtesy on the trails?