SNOWMOBILING MAYBE?

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  1. trailblazer

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    [​IMG] Even better - in central Maine? [​IMG]
     
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    Used to, but my lack of nerves/feeling leaves me dangerous to tipping! Casper Mtn has 26 miles of public land from a ski slope and huge cross-country areas to a gajillion miles of snowmobile trails.

    And around here (where we have real mountains, not Appalachian hills) we have a continental divide trail that is the penultimate US trail.

    Of course, the evil Democrat tree-huggers have tried to get snowmobiles banned from Yellowstone at one end of the trail. Wouldn't want to disturb a buffalo in the 2,200,000 acre park with 500 snowmobiles a day.

    Dumb.
     
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    Dr. Bob,

    The environmentalist are slowly buying up large tracts of logging land that snowmobilers use in the winter in central and northern Maine. Then they ban the snowmobilers. Their ultimate goal is to buy enough property to turn northern Maine into a National park. This will destroy the State of Maine. Northern Maine does not have the incredible natural scenic resources that will draw tourism to it.
     
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    Treehuggers and "granolas" (what we call greenies and environmentalists) are good in their place.

    Somewhere OTHER than Wyoming . . . like NORTHERN MAINE! :rolleyes:
     

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