After hundreds of miles of flat prairie land, the Black Hills of South Dakota might look like a mirage to snowmobilers heading West. The Black Hills are no mirage, they’re an oasis—an oasis of snowmobiling for elevation and terrain loving but starved sledders from the flat lands of America.
November 16, 2007
A common phrase today is “Attitude is everything.”
November 14, 2007
When you’ve got a pretty good source of moisture, you tend to have good storms—and in the winter, snowstorms.
November 14, 2007
Here’s a bit of trivia we’re guessing most folks don’t know about Nevada. Did you know that Nevada means “covered in snow” in Spanish?
November 13, 2007
Montana’s mountains were an ominous sight to some of the earliest white travelers who traversed the state more than 200 years ago on their way to the Pacific Ocean.
November 12, 2007
Idaho is no diamond in the rough—at least when it comes to snowmobiling. The Gem State is polished, refined and ready for those who like to explore via snowmobile.
November 10, 2007
Just about everyone heard about the snow storms that pummeled Colorado last winter. Yes, most of the news surrounded how those storms shut down Denver International Airport and crippled the Mile High City.
November 09, 2007
If you were to look at a map that shows the snow zones in Arizona you would see that yes, Arizona does indeed have snow zones.
November 08, 2007
Ask someone who has been to Alaska and ask them what their first impressions were and more than likely you’ll hear something to the effect, “It’s so big,” or “It’s bigger than life.”
November 07, 2007
Men Vs. Women
When asked to write this article, my first thought was I would be preaching to the choir. Women would read this and probably agree with it.
November 06, 2007
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