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Can't call this much snow...BUT IT WAS FUN! This pic was up at the top of Holston mountain on Sat.
 

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Can't call this much snow...BUT IT WAS FUN! This pic was up at the top of Holston mountain on Sat.
Congrats! Happy you had fun!


Though up north we don't really consider that snow.
 

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HA, I've seen your pics, mine must look like the salt before the snow in your neck of the woods! :)
 
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HA, I've seen your pics, mine must look like the salt before the snow in your neck of the woods! :)
Lol kinda


Btw in no way did I mean to down play your snow adventure. Though I do hope your get to experience more of them and hopefully in some deeper stuff next time.
 
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Congrats! Happy you had fun!


Though up north we don't really consider that snow.
LOL, we wouldn't either here in Michigan, we would call it a light dusting. But we definitely don't get the snow you get either Vincent, what is your annual avg. snow fall? Our avg. is around 180 inches but the way this winter is going so far we will probably be way short of that.
 

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LOL, we wouldn't either here in Michigan, we would call it a light dusting. But we definitely don't get the snow you get either Vincent, what is your annual avg. snow fall? Our avg. is around 180 inches but the way this winter is going so far we will probably be way short of that.
We usually get 3+ feet on snow that stays on the ground every year.

Last year we had over 4 feet !!! Here's my favourite sledding photo of it
 

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Nice....all though we get a lot of snow most of which is lake affect from Lake Michigan we usually dont have more than a foot on the ground at time because we tend to get some melting between the dumping's. But once in awhile we get a winter that looks like those pictures. As the saying goes, better you than me LOL!
 

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LOL, we wouldn't either here in Michigan, we would call it a light dusting. But we definitely don't get the snow you get either Vincent, what is your annual avg. snow fall? Our avg. is around 180 inches but the way this winter is going so far we will probably be way short of that.
WOOOOPs, geez I just re-read my post and realized I miss-typed and had an extra digit in that annual snow fall avg. so I was a 100 inches to high on that annual avg.
 

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Vincent is only a couple hours away from me, here in Sudbury Ontario , we average 150 to 170 inches of snow annually. usually 3 to 4 feet deep on the ground, currently after rain and above freezing temp for a week, we have about 2-3 ft of heavy dense stuff on the ground. cant really drive through or on it with a quad. need some cold to tighten it up.
 
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Vincent is only a couple hours away from me, here in Sudbury Ontario , we average 150 to 170 inches of snow annually. usually 3 to 4 feet deep on the ground, currently after rain and above freezing temp for a week, we have about 2-3 ft of heavy dense stuff on the ground. cant really drive through or on it with a quad. need some cold to tighten it up.
I've been through Sudbury, nice area. Use to go fishing every spring north of there on Lake Wakami and Missinaibi. Beautiful Lakes and Country. Also did a fly-in trip that flew out of Sudbury, I can not remember the name of the lake we flew to, my brother probably remembers.
 

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It is! Both my brother's and many friends at one time lived in Sudbury, so I spent alot of time in that town. Great memories!!!!
 

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No snow wheeling this winter in Northern MN, The snow is rack deep in most areas. That's what my Viper XTX is for.
 

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Short one hour ride before work this afternoon in my backyard winter wonderland.
 

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Vincent, holy shamolee stunning photos!😀
 

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Here in Lower Alabama we don't have snow.... we substitute with mud.
 

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Usually in Colorado , if you're not deep in the mountains the snow will melt fast and most of the winter is pretty dry but this year we've been getting storms every week and the snow is piling up.
 
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