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    CR,
    We just got back from a 5 day tour, 1st two days back at Grand Lake, 2/12 & 13 followed by Copper Mt. & Keystone. Not sure if we can breakaway from work in your time frame Snow was Much better then the week before! Some random photos...Attachment 964Attachment 965

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    That last one was a rental sled that a women from Florida, didn't know she would be buying a snowmobile on her vaction to Co. Thank God she walked away from that one. Little more sled for a first timer.

    Here's a link to area happenings...http://www.grandlaketrailgroomers.com/area_info/

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    Being a Skier Forum, guess I better post a few Skiing Pictures from the Tour...Name:  DSC05121.jpg
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    Copper, & two from Keystone. Good Time was had by All

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    Backside of Copper & one between North & South Bowls of the Keystone off the Fin Cat ($5).Name:  100_8082.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Vertical View Post
    CR,
    We just got back from a 5 day tour, 1st two days back at Grand Lake, 2/12 & 13 followed by Copper Mt. & Keystone. Not sure if we can breakaway from work in your time frame Snow was Much better then the week before! Some random photos...Attachment 964Attachment 965
    No prob, Mr.V. We'll use the alone time to practice up so we're better able to ride with you next time. Sounds like a great combined sled/ski trip you had. LT saw that photo of the crashed sled and freaked. Looks like we'll be getting her the small CC version sled. She's now insisting!
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    Done some snowmobiling around Rabbit Ears, Buffalo Pass and over around Vail Pass but not Grand Lake. It looks like some nice trails and terrain.

    Now you know why i've been guilty of snowmobiling more around here than skiing. I have an arctic Cat F-7 that is just sitting in my driveway waiting for snow which has not come this year. Can't even ride the Lake this year as ice coverage isn't safe.

    Glad you had a nice time Mr. Vertical. BTW, Copper Bowl was real sketchy when we were there last week. Looks like it was a little better huh?
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    Lars,
    One of my sleds is a F7 Cat (Fun Ride) it's a little Rocket Ship!
    Coppers bak side was a little shakey, but my thought is, always make the best of it! It looked like the Tucker MT Cat was preping for it's Maiden Voyage for the Season.
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    nice, mine is red and yellow with a few modifications

    well, i brought new skis to colorado and did a little damage to one ski that will require some base repair.

    At A Basin it was, in a spot where the powder was inviting and the rope was in the way. (guess that's why it was roped off huh)
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