Getting Through Summer

Saturday, July 25th, 2009

Summer is a tough time of year for many sledders. We share the passion to ride our sleds in some of the most adverse condition due to the hold snowmobiling has on us…you can call it an addiction.
When there is no more than a sciff of snow in some extrememly remote and un-accessible locations we are forced into finding other outlets to tide us over till the snow falls. To most of us, this is no new news right? (more…)

Avalanche Awareness Event 3.0

Tuesday, January 27th, 2009

Great news, the 3rd annual Avalanche Awareness Ride and Auction are scheduled for February 7, 2009. Visit the Avalanche Awareness Website to sign up, donate to the Utah Avalanche Center and learn more about the event.

Click here to go to the Avalanche Awareness Site.

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Nov. 15th Togwotee

Monday, November 17th, 2008

Well the urge was just too much. I couldn’t wait any longer to get out on the hill and enjoy what snow there is around here. Around here probably isn’t the best choice of words since we drove all the way to Togwotee, WY to actually get to the snow. It was crazy there was no snow almost all the way there and then all of a sudden there was 6″ on the side of the road and it just kept getting deeper. There was roughly 2 ft were we unloaded. .... Continue Reading this Post

An Original Gangster

Thursday, July 10th, 2008

I recently guided an “Island Wide Tour of Newfoundland” for my Brother Mark’s company (our family business), McCarthy’s Party Tours Ltd. While traveling along the Great Northern Peninsula I pointed to a woods road located just north of the Port aux Choix Peninsula explaining that we had snowmobiled in this area as late as the sixth of June that year. Though the group was quite astonished by the length of our riding season, my driver was more impressed with our determination and dedication to the sport and so shared this story with me later that evening.  .... Continue Reading this Post