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    Grand Lake snowmobiling

    CR is planing a snowmobile and cross country ski trip to Grand lake shortly... sounds like fun hey?

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    The DW & myself plan on being there on 2/4-2/5 with the Cats (Arctic) in tow. More then likely staying @ the Bighorn Lodge. 20 plus inchs new in Denver 3" in Grand Lake

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    Hey, Mr.V, sorry we weren't able to join you. Though, we're just slow poke newbees, so likely would have been a pain in the neck holding you back. Hope you're having a good time, and hope you'll fill us in on the details of your trip when you get a chance. I'll have a look at the Bighorn Lodge, as we haven't made our reservations yet.

    What cats are you riding?
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    From today, as long as your up high it's all good! Was a rough ride from town to the trails, place was empty, but the wife & myself enjoyed it!

    Hope they get a good storm this week, have some family in town & might be back next Sun/Mon

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    Above the trees.....

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    Man, that looks great. Can't wait to get there. Think we'll head up in a couple/few weeks. Been kind of holding off until a bit more snow fell.

    Love it, your sleds parked right in front of the hotel room door. Being an old Eastern boy, it reminds me of Old Forge.
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    Grand Lake is a Great Place to sled! Ride down main street for coffee in the am.
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    Hey, V, you're a clever bugger.

    Had a look at Bighorn lodge's website. Looks like our kind of place.

    Thanks for the great pics! I think we need to do a Grand Lake Skier Village Rendezvous.
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    Just let us know when the Rondayvoo is, were always up for it!

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    Just made our reservation at the Bighorn lodge. We'll be there Feb 21-24. It's LT's first time on a snowmobile, so our plan is to do a guided beginner tour on a 2 person sled on the 22nd, to let her get her feet wet, then rent a couple sleds unguided on the 23rd. Cross country skiing on the 21st and 24th.

    Mr. V, not sure if you'd want to be saddled with a couple slow, trail bound, sled gapers, but you're welcome to join us if you do.

    We'll have our cameras along, folks, so expect pics.
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