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Thanks! Helpful to know Hutchy. Maybe some year a LT utility sled is in my future. Til then I'm left with 90s era polaris. You now have me thinking of fabbing up a rack or solo seat + rack for it.

My hot tent is a a cousin to the Cimmaron--the Seek Outside Redcliff. I love it. New England's climate can be pretty unpredictable, with rain and sleet throughout the winter, so I opted for silnylon vs canvas. (Jealous of all you with more stable winters!) Since it's not conical, setup is really easy. I take along a handful of galvanized spikes because our snowpack is generally light enough that you can anchor in frozen ground.

Here it is in the yard, on a secret mission to rope my wife into winter camping...

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General Winter Camping Discussion / Re: Leaving friday on four day snowmobile trip
« Last post by Hutchy on March 07, 2019, 10:57:34 AM »
Stonehouse, As with most things,  I would love to decrease some weight and bulk. The snowmobile was a polaris voyageur 155 with the extreme rack and custom dry bag, so space wasnt a huge issue. I would consider going to a synthetic shelter such as a kifaru sawtooth to save some weight and bulk, namely in the pole system for my 8x10 snowtrekker. However, I might miss the bombproof reliability of the snowtrekker and the ease of setup.

As to the trailer, nope. No way for how I ride would I want to be towing. I for this trip I didnt even use my spare 2.5 gallons of gas. One change I might make woul dbe to find a different spot for the gas can. It went inside my rack, but was really awkward to move my drybag around it and was very int he way. AN external mount might be something I will look into. there is a company that makes them, just need to find a place. Which is tough since my sled has a chainsaw mount, chisel mount, and saddlebags.
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Classifieds / Re: SOLD
« Last post by Old Guide on March 07, 2019, 09:41:12 AM »
I received these today. They are awesome. Much Thanks to you Dash.
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Back Country Skiing Discussion / Re: Georgian Bay cave hopping
« Last post by walknabout on March 07, 2019, 09:37:22 AM »
This is a pretty popular local spot called Giants Tomb. Lots of sled traffic, parts of the bay are actually staked here so hard to get lost. I do run trail forks app sometimes to track distance though. It's easy to smash a lot of k's when things are as good as they have been lately.
The ice conditions are amazing out there right now, so a lot of things are getting put on the back burner to allow for as much playtime as possible Steve ;D
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Food and Cooking / Re: My New Superfood!
« Last post by scoutergriz on March 07, 2019, 09:34:48 AM »
that's the ultimate survival food! Loaded with carbs, fat's, protein and vitamins and minerals. Add a little caffeine and you could live on it for years! -it'll last that long too  :D
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Food and Cooking / Re: My New Superfood!
« Last post by mewolf1 on March 07, 2019, 08:57:54 AM »
Me, I like everything except Liver. That bread looks delish and might even make a killer French Toast.
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Tents and Shelters / Re: Stove jack for atuk tent
« Last post by Bothwell Voyageur on March 07, 2019, 08:31:42 AM »
Or pick up a set of knico pipes and/or a straight piece of 5” for your damper. Cabelas in Canada often have them on sale.
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Food and Cooking / Re: My New Superfood!
« Last post by Bothwell Voyageur on March 07, 2019, 08:29:11 AM »
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stollen

If you don’t like dark heavy fruitcake this is the stuff for you!
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Tents and Shelters / Re: Stove jack for atuk tent
« Last post by memaquay on March 07, 2019, 07:34:41 AM »
Yes, what Mewolf said. If you can find a 5 to 4 inch reducer, that's probably the easiest plan.
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Food and Cooking / Re: My New Superfood!
« Last post by mewolf1 on March 06, 2019, 11:13:54 PM »
For some reason I thought I'd click on this and see a fancy bottle of booze of some sort. ;D

Is that bread like a Fruit Cake?
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