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November 1, 2010
With a little help from my friends
I’m always up for learning something new. After all, the more we’re willing to learn, the smarter and better we can become. The same holds true with snowmobiling.
There’s not a time I’m out on the snow that I’m not watching what others do in certain situations and then trying to apply it to my own riding style. I watch snowmobile videos with great interest in observing techniques in different terrain. Anywhere that offers information on improving my snowmobiling experience, I’m anxiously engaged in learning.
That’s why I spend a lot of my free time reading the SnoWest Forums.
It’s surprising how much information is shared by snowmobilers from all parts of the world. There’s a wealth of information from some pretty good participants of the sport. There’s also a bit of whit, humor, sarcasm and about everything else available, as well. But that’s for another column.
The other day I stumbled across a thread entitled: What did you learn this sledding year? Here is just a bit of the wisdom shared.
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