Well, from Nov-May there's either too much snow or too much mud. Yes, too much mud. When the frost is coming out of the ground in the spring, even the logging operations shut down. Skidders get buried. So last year I was riding in the woods 2 or 3 times a month. It should be way more this year since I have an extra 2 days off each week.
Through spring, summer and fall, many times during the month. It is usually work related though because I am having to haul a load of brush to a guys farm. When I go to my in-laws cabin up in western NY I like to go on the old logging trails. My Dodge likes to surprise people with what it can do and where it can go. Full size rig + tight trail = driving with finesse and sometimes great pucker factor.
Up till I trashed my 4wd last year, I tried to go once a month or so. My new baby's got 4wd, so hopefully I can get out this year.. Haven't been out yet in this one just 'cause the snow on the ground just finished melting, and now we're getting another 6"+ today and tonight (Can we say "donuts"? ) There's also really no trails around here that aren't posted. We do some of them anyway, but it's heavy-duty fines + license points if you get caught.
Well, I was trying to go once a month, But then my motor broke and with Clintons recession, i couldn't afford to fix it. Now that Bush has straightened us out. I am making more money in my business and YEAH i am fixing the RC. 360 and a lift kit!!!!
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