Discussion in 'Northeast' started by BIRDMAN, Nov 20, 2010.
I'd make the drive over to pleasant valley, ny
I am pretty sure the trails in Pleasant Valley aren't open to motorized vehicles, just mountain bikes and hikers. There is one trail that is open to snowmobiles. I will find out tomorrow though, I have a friend who lives right next to it.
i did email the facility but no answer to date.
any other ideas for some fun in the snow or even without snow for that matter.
just somewhere to play with our raptors.
i think i will contact rausch creek as well. it was awsome for havoc and they are open weekends all winter, and the fees are not bad.
Black Screw with MA plates spotted near Fairfield Univ in CT. Had tow hook light bar with 4 spots. Anyone on here?
no too often BearClaw more action on your ct boys thread
I live in Stow ma. and have recently seen a few more raptors around on y daily commute back and forth to boston. Saw two in a parking garage in Boston this summer...parked next to them...left a card on the window...nothing. Any finds on the off road places??
looking forward to the snow tonight!!!
Looking forward to the snow as well, glad it's a Sat/Sun storm. If this were a mid week storm, traffic around Boston would suck.
I spotted a silver scab today at the Northshore Mall, left a card. Hopefully, they will check in.
Just got back from a local warehouse with an empty parking lot. The best part? A cop was sitting right across the street and didn't seem to care that I was going 60+ sideways through the snow. He was probably waiting for me to leave so he could get the cruiser in a slide.
My guess is, he had his dash cam aimed at you the whole time. That way, when you knocked down a telephone pole after panic braking in your $60k raptor, he could win the $10,000 prize on America's Funniest Videos.
Time to shovel:
How much did you guys get. I was a little disappointed this morning. I think we got 5-6" at best.
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