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  1. Affordable Trail Signs Every Club Can Make

    Great system! Great find! Signs are a perennial problem, with people grabbing them for souvenirs, moose scraping them off trees, and just plain wearing out. The system you found is ideal, great contrasting colors, and refined as seen with the street name on the Stop signs. Great idea. pathfinder
  2. Pittsburg-Back Lake Seasonal Rental

    He doesn't move much! pathfinder
  3. Back Lake Seasonal Rental Nestled on the banks of pristine Back Lake is a secluded, one bedroom apartment that would be ideal for two people who love to snowmobile. This apartment has a cozy living room which has a picture window facing the lake. A second picture window is near the dining room table which shows the 65 foot lawn leading to a ramp, allowing direct access to the lake. The kitchen contains everything you need to cook. Full bath contains a shower and sink in good order. The single bedroom has a double bed and plenty of closet space for all your gear. The entrance to the living area is accessed by a wide, covered deck, which is handy for outside viewing. Looking for a couple who would like a place for the season, and a secure area to leave snowmobiles to eliminate trailer use. Check out the pics and see if this fits your needs for taking advantage of one of the best snowmobile trail systems of the North Country. Length of rental, price and utilities negotiable. 603 538 6359
  4. That kind of surprises me! Would have thought that percentage would be higher! Couldn't help but notice the discussion related to enforcement driving people into Maine. Rational sounds familiar, but still tries to negate private owner rights to off trail riders. pathfinder
  5. Merry Christmas!

    Merry Christmas, fellow snow mutants! Hope you have a good one! pathfinder
  6. 1999 Ski Doo Grand Touring 700

    Selling a great running Grand Touring Two Up 700 triple. Good entry level two up or second sled for a family. Electric start with brand new battery works well. Nothing like the sound of a triple.Has very comfortable original seat in like new condition. Has rear passenger grip warmers and gauntlets, thumb and grip warmers for driver. Push button reverse, high windshield, rear cargo rack for whatever you need to haul. Track is in good condition and is lightly studded down the middle. Overall good condition. Thanks for looking! Lot of sled for $2000. Will consider trades.
  7. Anyone planning to ride

    I am! But I'm already there! Crazy not to. Decent amount of snow in the last few days. Not perfect, but hey, it's there. pathfinder
  8. brand new ski doo take off track 137

    Can't get much better than that! Wish I had something it would fit! Decent price. Welcome aboard pete24 pathfinder
  9. Northwood Crank Pullers Vintage Oval Race Dates

    If you cant find a class to compete it on that list, yur not looking hard enough. Good mix Dave! Makes me want to come out of retirement---almost!!! pathfinder
  10. What's the story with these trees

    Small world! I am forever bumping into people who I crossed paths with when I was touring. One of the best parts of running a touring business is your dealing with people that are all in a very positive state of mind, and so, tend to remember the good stuff you've shown them. pathfinder
  11. Christmas bulbs

    It's a miracle! pathfinder
  12. What's the story with these trees

    Thanks ruff rider. I had the pleasure of spending a lot of breakfast time with a lot of very knowledgeable loggers, who use to fill me in with all kinds of trail info. Not long ago I was out your way, showing someone Rousses Point, and went down to Plattsburg and and took the ferry to Grand Isle, which was a great fall ride. Nice part of the country. Use to go to races in Malone. welcome aboard!!! pathfinder
  13. What's the story with these trees

    Talked to several loggers over the years about that very stand of trees, and most of them tell me it is a "modified" strip cut. Meaning, rather than do a total strip cut of an area, you cut a a geometric pattern an an attempt to allow the trees that are left to naturally re-sead the cuts between them. Most of us have noticed typical "strip cuts" that are visible from higher elevations. Although these "V" shaped stands of trees have not been allowed to re-sead the open areas between them, over time, most local people have noticed seedlings popping up in these areas and eventually mowed down. So it appears that originally a large stand of trees were harvested with the intent of having them re-sead the spaces between the holes, and somewhere along the line, that intent was abandoned. Now we have a conversation piece to talk about, but this logic seems of the self planting maneuver seems pretty sound. don't know how long ago that stand was cut, but I started riding up here in '84 and it was that way then as far as I can remember. Great topic! Hope this helps. pathfinder
  14. Christmas bulbs

    ^^^^^^^Yah! What he said!!!^^^^^^^^ pathfinder
  15. Had a 90 Polaris Indy 500 liquid advertised on CL, and found a buyer from the Lakes Region. Had to work until 5 yesterday and he came up and was due here around 8-8:30. At 8:15 I get a text that he is stuck at the end of my road. ( Hey! It's Pittsburg, people get stuck all the time, Right!) Text him back, On my Way. Grab a tow strap and off I go. Get to the end of the road and find out he's not stuck, but driving a small Chev pickup two wheel drive and just can't make the hill. Have him and his lady friend jump in my truck and head to the house, show him the sled, which he loves, pays me, and then try and figure out the best way to get it the .8 mile to his waiting pickup. I have a two place with a 1 3/4 in tongue, and currently have a 2" ball on my truck. He says no problem, "why don't we tow the sled to his truck with my wheeler (a 500 one lunger Quest). Now he and his lady friend are dressed in sweat shirts, no gloves, no hat's. Long story short both of them pile onto the non running Indy and off we go on an extremely arctic, evening cruise down an icy, snow covered, dirt road, moving pretty good on hills or it would spin. Finally get to the last obstacle, long downhill with his truck at the bottom, crawling down for fear the sled was going to tap me from behind. By this time my two shadows in the night were about popsicled out, but happy we all survived. Made it, loaded the sled into the pickup and sped back home, hoping my face would not fall off as I found a new appreciation for my wood stove. Got a text thanking me for my help and suggested he had a friend that might want another sled I have and if he came back he would bring a film crew so we might make an episode of "Rediculousness". Pittsburg, gotta love it......... pathfinder
  16. Greetings

    Happy Thanksgiving to all, and to all a good bird! pathfinder
  17. Electric recreational vehicles

    Especially if it's KLOTZ! pathfinder
  18. Electric recreational vehicles

    Are we witnessing the evolution of the snowmobile as the pressure from environmental concerns becomes greater by the minute? Only time will tell. But have you seen the level of performance of some of the Tesla cars. Unbelievable acceleration, but risky, as we see random pics on the news of the same vehicles spontaneously bursting into flames, sometimes as they sit, parked with no one even in them. Tune in again tomorrow, for another episode of "As the Sport evolves"! If you think about how short (relatively) the snowmobile has been around, it seems only logical that somewhere the sport is going to take a major turn. This could be it........ pathfinder
  19. New Trailer

    Looks good! I'm jealous! pathfinder
  20. Attn: Vintage Snowmobile Enthusiasts

    Thump! I love to take that off your hands. It is a fugly sign, but has good bones! pathfinder
  21. Here's a Youtube link to an Interview that was done last fall at the Bear Brook State Park Vintage Swap Meet. Some old guy with a bunch of red things. Enjoy! pathfinder
  22. Any sleds not ridden in Pittsburg

    Who the heck has sleds for sale in Pittsburg? pathfinder
  23. Snowy winter on tap?

    Having lived in Pittsburg for 20 plus years, it's always Winter except for the last week in July and the first two weeks in August! LOL! But seriously the latest switch in the weather, from the late balmy temps to a system coming up at us in the next couple of days that are suppose to bring record setting low temps and snow. I can attest that there is serious WINTER in the air. Where II live, close to First Conn Lake, there is 4-6 inches of snow staying put and it has frozen in a wet state, which should get us a quick start of a base. My totally un scientific opinion is it's going to be one heck of a winter, with lot's of very cold temps. Stayed tuned!!! pathfinder
  24. Snowmobile Flea Markets

    Goffstown, Saturday October 26, 2019, Uncanoonuc Mountaineers. pathfinder