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Old 10-29-2018, 01:37 PM   #1
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I'm new to the forum but not to boats, boats of all kinds. I enjoy reading the experiences of other members, both good and bad experiences. God knows, I've had enough of both to bore you for hours on end. I still love boats and always will, but my interests have expanded to motorcycles as well. That's a natural progression, right.
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Old 10-29-2018, 03:08 PM   #3
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I'm new to the forum but not to boats, boats of all kinds. I enjoy reading the experiences of other members, both good and bad experiences. God knows, I've had enough of both to bore you for hours on end. I still love boats and always will, but my interests have expanded to motorcycles as well. That's a natural progression, right.
Wifey B: Wrong. You try to ride a motorcycle in the water and you'll be in deep...mud. But wait. PWC's. Motorcycles for the water.
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Wifey B: Wrong. You try to ride a motorcycle in the water and you'll be in deep...mud. But wait. PWC's. Motorcycles for the water.
Not exactly. BTW we call these "Snow machines" in Alaska, not snow mobiles.

This is the way we do it in Alaska:

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Not exactly. BTW we call these "Snow machines" in Alaska, not snow mobiles.

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Wifey B: Not many "snow machines" or "snow mobiles" where I live.
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