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About noxorc

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  • Birthday 05/24/1965

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    Bristol, N.H.

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    Newfound Lake
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  1. Things are quiet here

    putting the finishing touches on the sled maintenance for the summer. Working on redecking the sled trailer with P.T.
  2. congrats

    Congrats George ! ! ! !
  3. I'm good at taking things apart... We'll see how well I do at putting it back together. suspension is out... Now working on getting the track out.
  4. 2007 Polaris IQ HO CFI Touring. about 8,000 miles Inspect Chain case / change oil Inspect suspension / inspect shocks Inspect steering, small amount of play. Inspect cooling system New Idle wheels New track New hyfax New skis
  5. Skip has lost his mate!

    I haven't stop thinking about you Skip since I heard this. My heart goes out to you.
  6. that just sucks.
  7. Some Riding...Some trail side cookin!

    What is the name of that snow capped mountain ? Can't be Washington.
  8. I have started to take my sled apart for maintenance. I won't be riding anymore this season. Just before I did, I checked my final trip meter. 861 miles. -nox
  9. Rode Twin to Gorham Saturday

    Looks like you had a great time..
  10. Some Riding...Some trail side cookin!

    It was a beautiful day, weather wise, riding wise, friendship wise. I'd go again tomorrow, if I didn't have to work.
  11. Spotted at a local fundraiser

    To be honest Dave, it's the pattern that doesn't fit you. You look more like a colorful Tie-Dye guy.
  12. Saturday?

    I will probably ride Hardy Country on Sunday
  13. Finishing the Loop

    Yesterday was a for filling day for me. I'm sure like the rest of you. Riding in a loop is satisfying. But you don't always do it in one ride. The trail system we have is brilliant. The hand shaking between the clubs to produce a continuous trail is fantastic. We started in Campton and rode West into higher elevation. Then headed North to Lincoln. Yes Campton is South of Lincoln on Corridor 11, but that is a railed, rail bed and the tracks were exposed. Had some breakfast and topped up on gas in Lincoln. Headed through Franconia Notch and took a left on to Primary 104. Over to Bethlehem and Littleton, where we took a break. We passed right by where Shifty had us meet a few years back on his group ride. Heading South on Corridor 5, we hit North Haverhill. Which is my point of 'finishing a loop'. I had just been to North Haverhill the week before, going North on Corridor 5 from Baker River Club house. Once I hit that familiar spot, I felt like I was home. Granted it was 66 miles away, but I knew the trail. I was complete. My riding partners were ColdBrew (David Bouchard) and Chuck. Primary 152->155->156->11->104->5->156->155->152
  14. Riding Lyme to Skiway