Sunday, April 4, 2010

A Tale of Two Off Roaders . . .

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 in the



yelled an

named Doug.

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in my


asked the cute


said Doug.


he called as he climbed into his



to meet a

as Doug yelled to the

who was




replied the

Who by this time was sadder,


NOTE: I can not take credit for the above dittie - it was emailed to me with no author or source provided. If anyone knows it's source, please contact me so I can give credit where credit is due. In the meantime - hope you all enjoyed it as much as I did. :)

SECOND NOTE: Things to know while ORVing on Drummond Island :

It Is Illegal To . . .
Operate an ORV on any wet lands, to include lakes, shorelines, swamps, bogs, marshes (wet or dry), streams or rivers, or ride on Great Lakes shoreline or beaches.

Operate an ORV off the marked trail. (Consult the DNR ORV handbook for further information)

Operate an ORV on private property, posted or not posted, unless you have permission from the land owner.

Operate an ORV on any State Highway. (M-134)

Operate an ORV under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

Operate an ORV without a helmet.

Operate an ORV with a passenger on a one up machine.

Operate an ORV on a closed snowmobile trail or ski trail.

Also Important to Remember:

All Drummond Township and Chippewa County roads are open to ORV traffic.

ORV Speed limits are 25 mph on all county roads unless posted lower.

You must ride single file on the far right side of the road.

Consult the DNR ORV handbook for detailed information and all State of Michigan ORV regulations.

Remember, keep it legal,
keep it on the marked trail and keep it safe.

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