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4wheel drive harkens back to when the driver actually had to do something to get the vehicle into 4wd: Move a lever on the transfer case and in some instances, get out of the vehicle and lock the...
Drove by Strattton and Bromley today; both had snow on the upper halves of the mountain.
I'm surprised you're cross shopping the Q5 and the Grand. The Q5 is quite a bit smaller. I'm a died in the wool German car guy. But now that I don't have as much time to wrench, I'm a little bit...
The Highlander is built on a front wheel drive Camry platform. The Jeep is a slightly modified Mercedes ML platform. The current Grand was engineered when Chrysler was owned by Daimler. My inlaws...
I'm kicking around getting a jawbone up. For now, using an iOS app called Sleepcycle. Works well! At work we're looking into using apps or a fitbit or jawbone as part of our wellness program.
That's awesome. Wild seeing all that snow and the trees in bloom.
Check out the Durango as well. It's the same platform at the Grand, just a bit longer with more cargo area. IMHO, a bit more bang for the buck. They're priced better than the Grand and from what I...
WSJ Trick: If you encounter a locked article, google the title. It'll let you in when you land via google.
To Jeff's point...I've gone tubing down that stretch of the West River. Something can never be "unseen".
Well, looks like the town wants more information and specifics...yet again.
Maybe the Development Review Board will be more open to the proposal this time around:
Ironically enough, I have a rual mailbox in Vermont. Aside from magazines, the same 90% rule applies.
This constituent doesn't need Saturday service. There are 5 other days to put mass marketing in the mailbox. Save the fuel and manhours.
Put all of your mail aside for a week and see how much of...
They're opening again this weekend! Nitro and Beartrap will spin.
I went to QU back when it was QC. My wife and I met there. We were bummed Saturday night. But still proud they made it that far. Their hockey program has grown by leaps and bounds.
Good time to go! They've had a lot of terrain open in the late season.
I was there yesterday too...but briefly. After a few laps and no summit access, decided to call it day.
I get bounced around a little in the chop because the ski is a bit stiffer. Other than that, they hook up. I haven't found much chatter on the groomers. I tend to lay into the turns a bit more.
Skied Friday through Saturday....great late season skiing. Amazing coverage considering.
I'm sure there will be some melt this week, but this weekend should deliver. Unless things warm up to 70...
I'm on the Kendo's...good choice. I did demo the Bushwacker...good ski. Kendo was just a better fit for mer personally.
We keep meaning to head back there. My wife skied her first black diamond there a number of years back.
Semi transparent shells give you and idea of how much moisture gets in there. I use a low heat, no fan boot dryer. I pull the liners out every few weeks.
Cool TR. The mountain is skiing really well after the snow. Woods deliver.
That's a good point...thanks for the offer!