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    dread1.jpgWe had a work weekend this past weekend to get ready for hunting season and a few of us decided to ride / drive in rather then go in by boat.Some parts of the trail can be a challenge on a four wheeler so I was a bit worried about it but that was not going to stop me from showing off the TW.My off road skills have improved 100% since the spring and I'm having a blast on the little bike.I had to get winched out of one spot but other then that nothing stopped me.I will post some more pictures as I receive them.IMG_2455.JPG
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    This is how the four wheeler went in and out in the past.It just fits in my boat.boat.jpg That's snow not fog.
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    Winching the TW out of a tricky spot. I have some experience with that as well.

    I love the color of the helmet. Somehow the TW colors seem to clash but I can't put a finger on it!

    And holy crapanoly, I could maybe see boating a smallish motorcycle, but an ATV in that boat, crazy! Interesting none-the-less!
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    You could probably take your TW in Rokon style.

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    Yeah the TW still needs some paint work.I was holding back on painting the tank because it is near new condition but I can't take that color much longer then I need a new seat cover in black.
    The boat is big and stable enough that it handles the load with ease it just looks like I'm crazy.
    I went through a hole that the Argo went around because of really deep ruts but it swallowed me up.
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    I almost made it.close.jpg

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    Yeah, that's a winch worthy predicament!
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