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  4. When do 2019-2020 registration number come out?

    I have already sold one sled to out of state person. We do have a 4 seat RZR that is a 2017 and we have over 5200 miles on it. We bought it leftover June of 2018. My 2007 Crossfire only has about that many miles so it kind of shows the difference. IF, you do but a 4 seater, ust watch the width as some places you are limited.
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  6. When do 2019-2020 registration number come out?

    We've seen some... but most are concerned with width factor and then complain to me about the limited miles. More miles cost more money.
  7. When do 2019-2020 registration number come out?

    That is a good number, 2018-19 was a good season so I’m sure that helped roll into last season. I’d think something would need to happen this year to incentivize early registration this coming season. I’m sure many people will be hesitant until snow is flying after last season. my family and our partner family didn’t even register, and we won’t register at new price next year until we have ride-able snow. We’ve just about decided we’re trading in the Hundreds of $ in sled registrations and trading in for a Four Seat SidexSide. where the season is twice as long(if there’s actually even snow). we will only have to register one machine and can easily afford Maine and NH with money for gas. Expensive costs and the restrictive laws have taken their toll on family affordability. Poor seasons and High Costs make it not worth it unfortunately. Does anyone else know people going this route?
  8. When do 2019-2020 registration number come out?

    They may. But with the State budget being upended, the expectation is that the study committee will not find a subsidy and the second bump in registrations will need to be activated. I think we may also see NRTP transfer from the NH DOT to be a question in the process. So I would guess the option of an early registration at a lower cost may be something that the study committee would be recommending. It probably won't change this year's increase, but could be used as an incentive the second bump to get registrations to start early.
  9. When do 2019-2020 registration number come out?

    On March 16, 2020. Today's Union Leader has a story on the 2019-2020 sled season in the north country of NH. Capt Eastman stated that as of 2/26/2020 40,272 sleds have been registered, which is a drop of about 4,000 sleds from the previous year. I've heard nothing more recent. I was surprised to see the number as good as it was.The snow was in the north country, with little to no riding in the southern half. This year, 2020-2021, the registrations go up $1 for the registration agent and snowmobile fees go up $32. That means a resident club member will pay $99 per sled. I imagine that more riders will wait to see how much snow is on the ground before they register.
  10. Does anyone know when the final number of Snowmobile registrations for 2019-2020 are made public? Curious what the numbers are.
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    Thanks. Note the deer fencing around it. Without that fencing we humans wouldn't get a taste of what grows there. They truly are a walking stomach. Today we saw several bluebirds, a male Baltimore Oriole, two Flickers, and a Pileated Woodpecker. Oh yeah, the swallows are back. Good things in the middle of the bad. There's too many discouraged people. Edit: Just wanted to add one more thing. Anybody else here old enough to remember the Mayflower doughnut boxes that had a quote printed on the box that said "As you wander on through life, brother, whatever be your goal, keep your eye upon the doughnut, and not upon the hole." Pretty good deal; a great philosophy, and a good doughnut, for a fair price.
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    Being a landscape contractor things motor on as normal with maybe a few less phone calls which will probably pick-up once we get into a normal spring weather pattern. We keep our distance and work outside away from people. Can't believe its 2 weeks to Memorial Weekend all ready. Normal spring issues with not enough quality help...everyone is working (not) or getting paid too much to stay home! Seems to be a problem with all the area contractors...oh well. Family is good and Wife works from home anyway. Had a few "social distancing" weekend fires with refreshments. I guess the good Lord is trying to tell me to slow down and chill in his own way...looks like this Pandemic can bring out some good things in humanity and living life in general! Stay healthy my friends...
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    What a nice garden! Amazing what a couple of hundred miles a difference makes. I don't expect to see that much green for another 2-3 weeks! pathfinder
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    But, on the other hand, Spring is motoring along and won't be denied. Today, about 5 PM. Ain't no stopping it. Grass is green, maples are in bud, and the garden is waiting to be planted. This mess will end. I'm putting in snap peas tomorrow, corn in a week, and sweet potatoes in 3 weeks. Life goes on. Just look out your window and see how pretty it is, and just how good we have it.
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    Isolation is not much fun after a few weeks, and home is getting a little redundant. I'm lucky I'm retired (I think) so guess you could say I work from home. My current focus is trying to gather enough firewood for next winter before the black flies arrive to make it a living hell to do. I am doing it the least efficient way, by going out and finding standing deadwood, dropping it, and cutting it to 16 inch lengths and then hauling it in to face the splitter behind a wheeler in a cart. This had been working out pretty well until the second coming of winter arrived, which I'm sure will end soon and the black flies will arrive in full force. Also recently acquired a massive amount of older sled parts from the inventory of Youngs Third Generation Repair, which is soon to go on the market, so that has taken a lot of time and effort trying to figure out what to do with lots of stuff, having lots of stuff already. Being in Pittsburg in the off season is normally a little boring, but no Buck Rub, no Happy Corner, No Tall Timber, not even Hicks lumber is open. Kind of like a bad sci-fi movie. Hi lite of the week is armoring up to go to the IGA in Colebrook and maybe Walgreens. So far everything is consistently variable which is a good description of Pittsburg anyway. Be Safe!! pathfinder
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    If you have a shortage of deer up your way I'd love to ship you a cattle car load, or three, from down here. Pretty good crop of red foxes too.
  18. Didn't know they groomed in the desert of Glamis Calif.
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    WISH THE SNOW WOULD STOP!!!!!. Ok that's out. All's good on the 45th Parallel as far as the virus. Been taking drives and have seen moose,bear and a very red fox, not many deer anymore.
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    No Worries! We are all under a lot of stress that shows up in different ways. I'm sure more of us would like to vent about politics (me included) but that would lead to a very deep down slope for the site. Appreciate the apology! Be safe!
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    So everything is about normal with you then.
  22. Not quite the weekend weather I was hoping for..... Snow early, then big winds, then a couple rounds of some stuff called graupel. It's not sleet, hail, or snow, and looks like tiny pieces of Styrofoam.
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    I’m getting by
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    I am well, mean as a Snake
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    Please try to veer away from political arguments, which are not allowed on this site. This thread is about "Quarantine Check In" and should stay in that direction. pathfinder
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    So you intend to boycott Sununu and support Feltes? Good luck with that one.
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    Sorry Pathfinder
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    My mother-in-law is in a nursing home. Has a stoke a little over two years ago, between that and dementia (she is 90 years old), she really needs to be in that environment. We cannot visit her, which has been a challenge. My wife and her family have made sure she gets a visit every day up until the nursing home went into lockdown. We talk to her on the phone, to the extent that we can, she seems to be doing OK. According to reports we get from the nursing home, two employees, and 3 residents have tested positive. We hare just waiting and hoping she doesn't get sick, it likely won't end well. This thing does a lot of damage in nursing homes.
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