i rode about 50 miles last night...it was such a relief to finally get back on the beast.(storm 800). we hit powder most of the way up here. no real base but deep enough snow to let us ride. Ishpeming, MI
4 FEET IN NEW HAMPSHIRE
The deepest snow, 47 inches of it, was recorded in Pinkham Notch at Mount Washington in New Hampshire. Parts of New England were blanketed by nearly three feet of snow, with western Maine and the North Shore of Massachusetts particularly buried. Other parts of the Northeast approached the 2-foot mark. The snow fell in some places for more than 36 hours.
i'll tell you 1 thing, when i was 14, i was home-schooled and had a 25-30 hr. a week job. and yes, i was at work these past few days. working hard TO PAY FOR MY SLED!! only a spoiled punk like you would think it was funny that people are off working hard. i bet you're not even grateful of the work your dad does.
yes, i am. im not spoiled! i explained this! it was only good to know you were at work. i dont care if you worked...this summer im doin side jobs with my dad. doin somthin with a bobcat. besides building jumps.
I know this is a late reply to this thread but Turkyman, you must be insane. Buy the time you posted this there was enough snow there to probably stop one of those rmk's or mountain sleds just viering from the path. My bro's parents live in hayward and you almost need a sled just to go to work or the store, wish i couldve been there last month or this month, i could go next weekend but then my buddy dont have a sled and he aint ridin mine...LOL