Central Massachusetts just received the 3rd largest dumping of white stuff in recorded history, 30" (behind 1997's 34.5" and 1992's 31"), so it's been quite an action-packed weekend. It tooks three hours of snowblowing and another half-hour of plowing (thanks, Dad!) to clean out my 50' driveway, but once it was clear we headed down to my parents to take Hunter sledding and grab my Polaris off of the trailer. Well, as I should have known, 30" is far too much powder for a standard-length track sled (121") and I had all I could do to not get stuck even on the flattest of terrain. Once I packed down a nice little trail for Hunter, Jack, and Amelia to sled on we grabbed the plastic saucer and made a few runs. Hunter mysteriously loved the first run we went on, but was quick to tell dad "all done" when asked if he wanted to go again. Below is a pic of my buried Subaru.
I'm just a guy who loves to hike, fish, hunt, camp, and snowmobile, preferably with my wife Brooke and our three kids, Hunter, Max & Shea. I play the part of a lawyer during the week and try to get outside and get dirty on the weekends.