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If you have every had a deviation from your original plans, to only thoroughly enjoy the fruits of your adventure
By Everett Butt
Well once again, the spring and summer seasons have come and gone, and as much as most outdoor enthusiasts like to take advantage of what it has to offer, whether it be boating, atv-ing or just hiking and travelling around to take in
By Jordan Swyers
It feels like only yesterday. Knowing I would be trying out a brand new sled and riding through territory that I had only dream of made that day feel like eternity. When I got out of school the long drive began. Dad and
Winter Fun for the Family.
By Steve Sheppard
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Twelve years ago my wife, Hauna, and I honeymooned our way across the province. Leaving St. John’s, we travelled 1047 kilometres, ending up in St. Anthony where we settled for a couple of
Note: This article was originally published in Sledworthy Magazine (2014). Picture credit to Sledcore Ride Clinics.
By Evan Morgan.
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Ever see pro riders or even one of your friends do something really technical on snowmobile and wonder how they make
By Dwight Ings
So how did this idea to travel to Labrdor all come about?
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It’s funny actually I’ve been talking about it for well over a month now trying to find someone who would travel 2600 KM return trip, so
By N.R. Williams
Note: This piece was originally assembled by N. R. Williams, prepared for presentation to the Newfoundland Historical society St. John's, Newfoundland, 28th May 1971. Special thanks for Roger Andrews and Terry Martin. Permission was granted to Sledworthy by Gail Williams McLauchlan, daughter of