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    My son Gunther LOVES our snowmachine. We got a chance to do some riding with freinds and Momma this week. David ran the Kinick almost to the glacier with us. The snow is getiing thin out that way! Tracy Gunther and I went out sun valley road and throughly enjoyed the trails. The one comon trait, Gunther didn't want to stop! Especially with me and Mom, Tracys poor toes were completely frozen and Gun's checks were beound red but "GO GO GO" was all he said!
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    Gunther ad I getting the machine ready.
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    I love my Tundras too. I ride until I am too pooped to ride any more, take a break and ride some more.

    You need to get it in some 3-4 foot of powder!!! A total blast. Not bad for a freight sled.

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    The Tundra is actually interfering with my sheep training, I have got to get my butt off the sled and get some alpine hikes in.......naaa there will be time when mud arrives!

    We are planning on doing some more "serious" riding next week. Tracy's mother will be in town to watch Gunther so we have allot of snow machining planed. Between the scenery and the increased hunting possibilities Tracy is hooked too.
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    This is a case of too much FUN!!!!!
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    Default Funny....

    Its funny how you introduce a kid to something like snowmachines when they are young and it takes off like wildfire. I remember when I was just a little shaver and my mom found a "snowmachine looking" sled that you could ride down the sledding hills at a garage sale. I wasn't too impressed till I got to take a ride on a real one with my old man.... from then on any time there was snow on the ground I was out pulling my "snowmachine" up the hill and riding it down. Till my fingers and toes were frozen. Now all I can think about when there is snow on ther ground is the whine of a 2 stroke motor and ice crystals forming on my beard. Its like a disease that I don't want to find a cure for. Ride on...

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