Sunday, January 24th, 2010

The snow gods smiled upon Utah this past week! Most locations picked up 4-5ft.+ of bottomless powder. It was a good weekend to have a turbo and extra gas to say the least. If you made it past the parking lot and the hordes of stuck vehicles and vintage snowmobiles, the best snow of the season was waiting. If you are heading into the backcountry, the avalanche danger is through the roof all over the western U.S. Stick to the trees and the mellow terrain until things settle out! Here are a few pictures of the mayhem….... Continue Reading this Post

Early Birds

Sunday, January 10th, 2010

Reading Aaron’s article today I recalled a quote that I borrowed from my father for the second movie in the Boondockers series (2 Tangly)– “I never knew how men could fight in wars till I had young fellows myself, they’re the only ones foolish enough to go at it!”. While Daniel and the boys in Utah are enjoying brilliant snow conditions we in Newfoundland are forced to endure an especially late start to the snowmobile season. This unfortunately results in some pretty fool hardy decisions as young fellows head out on the lightest dusting to try their hand..... Continue Reading this Post

Searching for Snow

Monday, January 4th, 2010

Us Idaho boys weren’t able to make it down to Utah to ride with Dan and the rest of the other Boondockers, but we still made it out this weekend. Dan explained it well, the name of the game was finding snow. After fighting snowy roads, multiple snow plows and snowed in parking lots our hopes for some snow began to increase..... Continue Reading this Post

First Tracks

Saturday, January 2nd, 2010

After a slow start to the riding season, our patience finally paid off with a weekend full of deep powder, blue skies, and great rides. A series of pacific storms laid down 3ft.+ of new snow if you knew where to look….... Continue Reading this Post