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    Pat,

    Not sure what you are trying to say. We had a total of 4, yes 4 vehicles totaling 6 people. There is no permit required for what we are doing.

    As far as the others, you may be mistaken about permits and relationships with the local DNR since I know for a fact that Steve Kitchen has pulled permits and personally reviewed trails with the DNR riding with him in his vehicle.

    And keep in mind the discussions about the DNR recognizing "in writing" that snow changes the rules.
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    To add to what Jim said, the hill climbs in this area are in the forest roads and two tracks as the terrain is quite hilly.

    I too am not sure where you were going with this.
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    Pics anyone??

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    Naw........... it was jeeps (& a tracker) in the woods.

    But Pat got some good horsepower video. Now if he could just figure out a way to post it.
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    I didn't even see Jim, Jim and Pat until after the run, but I went with one of the groups out. Here are the pics that I took.

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    <div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(Ironman &#064; Feb 11 2007, 08&#58;48 PM) [snapback]22465[/snapback]</div>
    To add to what Jim said, the hill climbs in this area are in the forest roads and two tracks as the terrain is quite hilly.

    I too am not sure where you were going with this.
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    My bad.
    I must have my info crossed witgh another run in the area.
    Glad to hear others are doin it the right way too.

    Pics look like a nice area, have any GPS data?
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    Looks like all had a great time. Forgot about this thread.

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    This is the porqupine we came accross during the snow run, you will have to wait for the Boondocker for the rest of the pics.
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