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Old 03-11-2017, 04:27 PM   #1
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Default What about Tuesday?

There is a forecast for a storm this Tues and Weds. Does anybody know if the Belknap club will be groming?

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Old 03-11-2017, 08:32 PM   #2
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If I were to guess, I would probably say "No" Most clubs have closed the trails around the Lakes Region.
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Old 03-11-2017, 09:17 PM   #3
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Thumbs down Please do not ride on any body of water!!!!!

PLEASE DO NOT RIDE ON ANY BODY OF WATER!!!!!

Stay off the ICE!


"BUTT" if you do please ware this easy to use Snowmobile device.

You just slide it down so it sits on your shoulders and it should hold your head above the water till we find you in the Spring.

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A little Harsh, Please don't anyone dare to go on the ice if we do get the "predickted" snow "THEY" are calling for.
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PLEASE DO NOT RIDE ON ANY BODY OF WATER!!!!!

Stay off the ICE!


"BUTT" if you do please ware this easy to use Snowmobile device.

You just slide it down so it sits on your shoulders and it should hold your head above the water till we find you in the Spring.

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A little Harsh, Please don't anyone dare to go on the ice if we do get the "predickted" snow "THEY" are calling for.
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Default ... the foam noodle as pfd belt or thrown life ring?

You know that this item, Dr Frederick's donut cushion, is somewhat similar to either a three inch or giant sized, five inch diameter foam noodle, made into a noodle-wearable waist belt-throwing or towing ring.

The foam noodle costs about three to five dollars and when you thread a rope down thru the center hole, it can easily be made into pfd-style waist belt that you wear on the outside of your winter jacket.

If you end up in the freezing cold water, slide it up from your waist to under your arms, and it will provide very good, solid support. This will probably happen automatically if it is fitted loosely as opposed to a tight waist fit.

The five inch diameter x 44"-long or giant noodle has so much flotation support that you can actually sit on it, without the rope threaded down thru the center hole, and paddle it like a canoe........ like no kidding.

With an attached rope, threaded down thru the center hole, creating a life ring/belt, it can be used as a thrown life ring, throwing it Frisbee style to someone in trouble, or used by oneself for a self rescue.

Not all foam noodle are made the same, so one with sturdy, dense foam construction is best.

Typically, the 5"d x 44" giant noodle sells for 5.29 and comes in red, green, and blue.......and I have even seen one in bright, fluorescent pink....which is a high visibility color.
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You know that this item, Dr Frederick's donut cushion, is somewhat similar to either a three inch or giant sized, five inch diameter foam noodle, made into a noodle-wearable waist belt-throwing or towing ring.

The foam noodle costs about three to five dollars and when you thread a rope down thru the center hole, it can easily be made into pfd-style waist belt that you wear on the outside of your winter jacket.

If you end up in the freezing cold water, slide it up from your waist to under your arms, and it will provide very good, solid support. This will probably happen automatically if it is fitted loosely as opposed to a tight waist fit.

The five inch diameter x 44"-long or giant noodle has so much flotation support that you can actually sit on it, without the rope threaded down thru the center hole, and paddle it like a canoe........ like no kidding.

With an attached rope, threaded down thru the center hole, creating a life ring/belt, it can be used as a thrown life ring, throwing it Frisbee style to someone in trouble, or used by oneself for a self rescue.

Not all foam noodle are made the same, so one with sturdy, dense foam construction is best.

Typically, the 5"d x 44" giant noodle sells for 5.29 and comes in red, green, and blue.......and I have even seen one in bright, fluorescent pink....which is a high visibility color.
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