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too much.... unless you got a sled its going to be tough getting back into the woods on the roads till they get them cleaned up. Most places up here got 12 to 16 inches.
 

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brittanyman said:
too much.... unless you got a sled its going to be tough getting back into the woods on the roads till they get them cleaned up. Most places up here got 12 to 16 inches.
Pappy, I just came home from Kane. I'd bet they got an additional 4" today. 66 was in good shape. Parts of Rt 6 were a mess.
 

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Eddie spag,
Thanks for the info about Rt 6 may put off going home
to the mountain for a couple days, and let them get things cleaned up a might, my security systems shows about 18" around my log cabin, back in the Tioga forest.
Pine Creek/Dave
 

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Pappy,

About 15-18 inches total. Sackett/Pig's Ear/Durhing are all plowed and cindered for the Marcellas Shale traffic and are very passable. I just got home from there tonight. We went up Christmas night.
 

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log into weatherstreet.com Near the top and on the right of the home page put your cursor on SEVERE WEATHER when it drops down click on SNOW DEPTH AND ACCUM A map of the United States pops up. Click on PA and a map of the state will appear with the snow depths in differant shades of color. Its updated hourly and is extremely accurate. I use it all the time when planning a hunt in the late season.
 

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Penndraght,
Hay thanks a lot for the weather sight and how to use it.
Pine Creek/Dave
 

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Thanks Buckethead saw by your post you were at camp. I will bet it sure looked pretty up there. Did you have any trouble getting out of your driveway? Headed up in 2 weeks.
 

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No trouble at all. I have a plow on my Kawasaki Mule so I had my driveway, friends driveways, and the whole lane plowed out in short order
 

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No trouble at all. I have a plow on my Kawasaki Mule so I had my driveway, friends driveways, and the whole lane plowed out in short order
I wish I would have saw you, our driveway was tough up there last week!! I am pretty sure I walked past your camp, saw a mule sitting outside.
 

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Probably not my camp. I'm down by the creek at the bottom of Fern Lane but I do alot of visiting. Green Mule with a steel plow?
 

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His camp has a sign that says.......
 

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The classics never go out of style...
 

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I have another sign that says "No Shirt, No Tag, NO SERVICE!"
 
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