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Old 02-08-2014, 11:57 AM
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Thumbs up Went for a putt in the snow today

I know we don't get snow like you folks up north. Around here, what little we do get rarely sticks.

The last few days have been COLD! But today it was a bit warmer, & we had a light snow falling. Went out for a little 50 mile putt. Had a blast!

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I know nothing about trikes. Are both rear wheels drive wheels?
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Only 1 wheel is a drive wheel.
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This is just all wrong... You're in Mississippi! It ain't supposed to snow in Mississippi!
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I've been tempted to go play in the snow. Between it being so darn cold-- single digits -- and then the thought of having to clean all the goo they put down to melt ice, just haven't got the nerve up yet. I'll bet it would be a hoot. Especially if it was really slick.
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Supposed to be upper 50*s tomorrow. I'm off, yep, I'm riding.
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Riding in the snow is fun, doing brodies and slip sliding around. It's snowing here again today but the temps are -1.8 below 0. Good luck Kevin
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Rode Saturday puled the grandkids on the sled in the pasture that's mowed on the trile
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