Getting down, or turning
around is the challenge if you have run out of bank blown into
the ditch next to the road.
Some light brush gets in the way exiting the
field thru the ditch.
Ditch riding on the groomed
Yours truly ran out of ride able ditch on the last ride of the
year, snow turned into spring run off and some pretty this
looking overnight ice! I think we'll pull the sled up over this
erosion barrier before I chance getting stuck like this 100
yards from the truck!
Snowmobile upset, this could
And that's all she wrote folks!
There was no option when we encountered a
ditch full of water that was blocked by some willows.....it was
thru the willows onto the road!
Not high enough on the
shoulder of the road, or just not enough speed, resulted in a
hell of a smack, down in the bush with a large tree!
A 90 degree turn, from a westerly heading to the north
while ditch'n it pretty hard, and the blow through snow banks suddenly changed in design by
100%. Turning back to the west about 45 degrees at the last
second then slamming in sideways, ejected yours truly across the
blow thru, then the sled
flipped 360 degrees back onto her feet facing the actual
direction of travel! Fantastic riding? Help full gravity? Maybe
Cats often are known to land on their feet! Or just plain good
Another one just like that!
One of those snow banks soft
going in and pretty firm on exit!
Catching a large snow bank
on the edge of the ditch with just not quite enough momentum.
Only In SASKATCHEWAN
Stuck In Dry
Powder like no other place in North
thing, we'll of course help you get out, but are you fit enough to
participate in a cross country snowmobile ride?
more than just a little ditch riding.
LEARN FROM OTHERS MISTAKES!