Thanks to both for the snow stats!
if you want a souvenir thats actually Canadian you should check out a Trapper
, you could buy one strait from the factory here in Revvy.
Hmm... I like that idea! Am I completely wrong by thinking the Ursa Major resembles the Flagship and the Trout Trap the Hovercraft? Do you know the boards/splits - or anybody else here? The Ursa Major split 156 with its rather narrow waist, could work for me...?
We typically get from 50 - 150+ cms in a storm, over say 2-5 days. that's revvy
now you totally convinced me: we'll set our base directly in Revvy; will be mid/end of March (Jan/Feb is pow season at home - normally). Thanks again for your help!
"Yeah... no, that's not clumsiness, that's just being topographically challenged" ~ Noreaster