Potter County

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rjc003
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2009/03/02 15:08:04 (permalink)

Potter County

Im headed up to my cabin in Potter this weekend and was wondering how much snow is on the ground and dirt roads up there.  Hoping we can make it in without too much difficulty.

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    nut
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    RE: Potter County 2009/03/03 06:37:57 (permalink)
    i'm just a guessing but i live on the southern range of the wilds and some roads that never see sunlight are "don't go there" dangerous . we got in a spot last weekend fishing that if there weren't ruts in the ice we would of been over the cliff. remember theres only one thing slicker than ice and thats wet ice.snows pretty much gone, its the ice to worry about

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    rjc003
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    RE: Potter County 2009/03/03 23:02:38 (permalink)
    Thanks for the heads up.

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    RE: Potter County 2009/03/06 19:09:54 (permalink)
    There is still a lot of snow on the shady sides of the mountains. I am thinking you should be ok.
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    RE: Potter County 2009/03/07 10:09:14 (permalink)
    Stay off the mountain roads up there if they are a bit icy. I learned the hard way.

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