A daily journal concerning Lake Vermilion and surrounding areas.
Selected real estate, notes, stories, musings, and anecdotes.

March 29, 2005

Snowmobile fireOn Fire.

There are a number of ways to determine when the snowmobile season is complete.

One of the more typical indicators is when the snow goes away.

Today, with Lake Vermilion area temps nudging 61 degrees, the average snowmobile enthusiast might be convinced to entertain a concession to Mother Nature.

The 2004-2005 season was enjoyable however, with lots of snow and excellent riding conditions.

Another way to conclude that your season may be over would be to have your snowmobile burn to the ground. This is not as subtle an indicator as the one provided by Mother Nature but it is, nonetheless, an undeniable sign.

An event such as this is unfortunate and regrettable. And besides the loss of the snowmobile, the only thing that might be an even more unpleasant event would be when you had to explain the situation to the person that was kind enough to let you borrow the machine.

Ouch. Season over.

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