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    Quote Originally Posted by Species8472 View Post
    It's a Pelican. Solid sled with a good tow bar that holds a lot. Driveway is 1.25 miles. Brushed the first 1/4 by hand thus summer with chainsaw. That section was fine. Take me another 3 years by hand to finish it. Side benefit is i got 4 bush cords of maple and oak this summer.
    Thanks, will look into them. My road to camp is 3.5 km, I had done most of it with brush cutter and chainsaw then would use brusher on my farm tractor to cut it back down every 3 year. One section was narrow road through swamp where tractor cant do iit. That's the section I ended up using excavator, did a great job. Lots of work when your alone to do it. A few years back a micro burst touched down many place across road, what a mess, Took me 4 days on chainsaw to completely clean it. Lots of fun, lots of work.
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    God, that is such a dream of mine, you are a lucky man.
    Mark Snow, Libertarian Nepean, for 2019, Chairman - Ontario Libertarian Party

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    Great pics. It is a different world than my view out the window in Waterloo Region right now. I plan to retire up north...the only question is whether or not my wife will be joining me

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    Recently they had them on sale at Costco for $169, with tow bar and phenolic guides
    Quote Originally Posted by Deer Hunter View Post
    Thanks, will look into them. My road to camp is 3.5 km, I had done most of it with brush cutter and chainsaw then would use brusher on my farm tractor to cut it back down every 3 year. One section was narrow road through swamp where tractor cant do iit. That's the section I ended up using excavator, did a great job. Lots of work when your alone to do it. A few years back a micro burst touched down many place across road, what a mess, Took me 4 days on chainsaw to completely clean it. Lots of fun, lots of work.
    Mark Snow, Libertarian Nepean, for 2019, Chairman - Ontario Libertarian Party

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    Quote Originally Posted by line052 View Post
    Recently they had them on sale at Costco for $169, with tow bar and phenolic guides
    Thanks. Will check it out.
    "When you piss in the wind, you will get your feet wet."
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    Looks nice Species8472, but you can have and keep the white stuff. Its all grass down here and I hope it stays this way till spring time

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