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    Quote Originally Posted by Niko_Fx View Post
    That's some gay shit right there.
    There'll be women there serving sandwiches
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rockefella View Post
    There'll be women there serving sandwiches
    Much better!

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    So the igloo has a kitchen?
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    Quote Originally Posted by baddabang View Post
    So the igloo has a kitchen?
    What full featured modern igloo doesn't?
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    We just got a foot of snow over here in NYC and we decided to try to build an igloo in a pile of snow across the street from our house where we piled all of our snow from this storm and the last. The igloo came along well, it wasn't standing height but it was sitting height. we could fit about 8 people inside. Problem was it was still a little warm and we made it too big so it had no structural support and it eventually caved in. It was fun while it lasted and it was a lot of hard work! Very heavy snow!
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    We also decided to bury my buddies car. glad its a POS because all the weight kinda made the hood sink in a bit. whoops?
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    then i heard Hunter Mtn (upstate NY) recieved 7 feet of snow in less then a week. My brother and I decided to go skiing to see what it would be like. The fresh powder was insane. I had trouble as it was my first time in that much fresh snow and i'm used to groomed trails. The snow was so deep i got stuck numerous times and as you can see my poles sank all the way down. We got stuck on the lift for a good 20 minutes and there was so much snow that the guy behind us didn't want to wait and jumped off the lift. he landed neck deep in snow. My brother ended up hugging a tree in a glade. in the parking lot i saw a snow covered 911 996. i walked up and wiped the back to see if it was a 4S but no it was a regular carrera S. i was shocked! imagine driving that thing in the snow? crazy. So so much snow!

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    Quote Originally Posted by coolieman1220 View Post
    i walked up and wiped the back to see if it was a 4S but no it was a regular carrera S. i was shocked! imagine driving that thing in the snow? crazy.
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    why's that? i know dad had no issues driving the GT3 in the snow when he visited perisher.
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    Quote Originally Posted by clutch-monkey View Post
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    why's that? i know dad had no issues driving the GT3 in the snow when he visited perisher.
    they got 7 feet! tahts a lot! i figured a regular 911 would handle great. but i figured one up here would be a 4S. i know at most our car dealers if cars have awd option, most on the lot are.
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    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V48LsEjiFJ4]YouTube - Porsche 911 racing and drifting on snow at the Nordschleife[/ame]

    This video doesn't show any problems with 2wd in the snow
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    Quote Originally Posted by Niko_Fx View Post
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    snow tube run

    Well, coming to this thread a little late but with the 51 inches of snow we had, I made a killer snow tube track for the kids (and adults) It had 4 major banked turns and was lit by tiki lamps for night sliding. I cut a separate path to the right, keeping everyone off the track. Each foot of that path was at least 5 shovels due to the depth of the snow. I ended up getting tendinitus in my arm from all the shoveling.

    My only good snow tube broke the second night of the run. I was bummed. There was not a snow tube to be found on the east coast. I eventually bought a truck inner tube. i cut open the damaged snow tube and duct taped the inner tube back inside. It worked pretty good.

    We had a good 10 days of fun with the track. I bought a fire pit and set up benches around that. I even cranked up the margarita machine for the party on a Saturday night. We did up the smores and shots of liquor for the adults in the crowd.
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    that looks great, and the track seems far less dangerous compared to the Vancouver bob track....good shots too...
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    Cool slide, snow toys look like so much fun! Winter's a blast for kids, not so much for adults:
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    sounded like

    Quote Originally Posted by henk4 View Post
    that looks great, and the track seems far less dangerous compared to the Vancouver bob track....good shots too...
    At night, when it froze back up, it sounded like the luge track. The kids really flew down the hill, riding the rim of the big turn at the bottom. We survived with no accidents and lots of memories.

    On the last night of the run, I had the first annual lighting of the xmas tree. It took a good 13 seconds to be fully engulfed! Becareful when you're at home with one of these things!

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