Vintage snowmobilers are called "old dogs..." so the caboose not only is used to tow our gear, but a stuffed dog, vintage lunch kits and thermoses, and tow ropes and tools should we break down along the trail. These old machines had absolutely no suspension, so moguls tend to make the ride a little rough.
Having first ridden snowmobiles in northern Ontario in the sixties, this Polaris is
To find out more about vintage snowmobiles, click here. Facebook has many vintage snowmobile pages and groups, too. Visit a show any time of the year, you will fall in love!
More helpful information about snowmobiling can be found on our statewide website, managed by the New York State Snowmobile Association, click here.
Please share your favorite historical haunts in the Adirondacks! Then pack up your favorite thermos and head for the hills, any time of the year.
|My favorite Ebay purchase in January? This vintage picnic kit, sporting two thermoses and a sandwich box. Perfect for caboosing in the Adirondacks!|
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