I'm from New York.
Just happened on your forum so I thought I'd join in to see what is going on in other snowmobiling areas.
I am a proud member of the Tri-Valley Trail Riders in central NY.
I sit on the Board of Directors and serve as the club Secretary.
I am also a member of the Executive Board for the New York State Snowmobile Association and serve as the State Secretary as well.
I am also active in my County Association, am a groomer operator and STEP Advisor.
I look forward to communicating with riders here at the forum
1992 Ski Doo Mach 1 (SC-10/2 suspended) March '07 SF.com Sled of the Month! (Lost in fire 4-7-13) 2009 Ski Doo MXZ 500SS TnT
2006 Ski Doo MXZ 500SS
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The trails are really thin here as well. They got beat pretty good after everyone and their brother were out enjoying them this week.
About 25 here in Canastota with flurries but nothing that will collect or make a difference with the warn weather coming.
And to answer your question......I Do, Do windows and when I figure out how to set up my profile and post pictures, I'll throw up a picture of my sled....the Cleaning Lady
Gotta like a lady that has a sled and a sense of humor!
I ride mostly in southern Oregon/northern California, some trails, mostly through the trees and in the mountains. We have about 4 feet of snow at the base of the mountains right now, come on over. We'll let you make some tracks in some fresh powder
2007 Dragon RMK 700 155", 2008 RMK 600 155", 95 Prowler 550 2-up, Really OLD AC Cheetah