Anybody into snowmobiling here?

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  1. Team Arctic

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    Just like the title says, anyone into snowmobiling..
     
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    I enjoy it...don't go very often however because I don't own one. I have an ex that raced for Arctic Cat, we live less than an hour from their main production plant
     
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    Never tried it. would love to though.

    closest ive come is using a trike bike hehe ( although thats not the same thing i know...)
     
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    I did for a couple years a long time ago when I lived in Alaska. Then I got into downhill skiing and became addicted to it for much of my life. Absolutely loved it -- every weekend and sometimes all week long during winters. My kids were skiing the expert slopes before they were 5.

    Now I sit by the fire and talk about the "good old days". :)
     
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    Thats cool.. I love to snowmobile and snowboard! Just looking to see if anyone else here does also..
     
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    Not much snoe in the Phoenix area.
     
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    :lol Must not be. You don't even know how to spell it! Just for you guys in the sunbelt, it's spelled S-N-O-W. And it's cold. Hmmmmm.... Okay, cold is like the ice cubes you put in your drinks... or how you feel when you stand in front of the air conditioner. Weird concept, I know, especially when it just falls out of the sky. :eyes