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Old 09-12-2010
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Well, I just arrived back in the general vicinity of my residence.

Here's a taste of what happened to some of us this weekend:

Friday

I had previously made arrangements for a place to crash (thanks Mud), and beings as it was Friday morning, it had become time to get ready to leave.

This meant I was not even remotely close to being ready. I needed to:

- Change the oil in my car
- Buy food
- Find my flashlight
- Clean out my car (mx gear load switched for other load)
- Get beer
- Pack sleeping bags and shit
- ATM
- Figure out where the fuck the campgrounds are
- Map a route
- Check weather
- Gas up and leave

So...beings as I had worked in the welding shop all week, I was dog tired and slept in. I got up at noon. The rest of that list took a good 5 hours thanks to crap randomly disappearing on me. It also started raining lightly but steadily at about 1pm. Finally, at 5, I gave up and started hauling ass in the southerly direction.

I made good time from my place to DCUBAville, but then it really started coming down. 3 hours into my drive, I was going fucking 35mph on the interstate. It was dark, and even with my windshield wipers on full speed, I couldn't see the lines on the edge of the road. I had three or four near misses with other drivers yanking the wheel thinking they were in the wrong lane. I actually cheated and drove on the rumble strips for quite a while.

By the time I hit Princeton MN, my hands hurt from trying to hold my bitch car on the road. I think being in a slightly taller mode of transportation could've helped, beings as that would've gotten me a little bit further out of the other vehicle's spray. Since the bridge is out in Princeton, I got sent on a fucking wild backcountry detour, which added 20 minutes or more to my drive time.

Upon which I made it back on the main drag I was taking, and then got the funny sensation that I had maybe gone to far. I was damn close, but I put in a call to doublecheck my location (Cambridge). I was tired as fuck and full of heartburn from the shitty driving conditions. Instead of answering my question of "have I gone further east than the campground" I got these directions.

"It's okay, all you have to do is keep going, and then go right, straighten out again, then go down, then to the left, and straight and then down and to the right again. Then on 65, you'll head to Furman and then it'll be right on the campground."

That made no fucking sense to me, beings as I was looking for country road 12.

"What?"

Above, and very shitty, directions were repeated. This really fucked with me because I was too tired and frazzled to comprehend more than three or four directions at a time.

"I'm not looking for 65. I'm looking for County road 12. It goes north and south. I am currently in Cambridge. Can you tell me if I have passed it already, or do I need to keep heading east?"

"All you have to do is go right, and then straight and then down and to your left an.."

"Not what I'm asking!!!!"

"...d then down but it jogs to the left and you.."

"STOP...STOP TALKING"

He didn't.

"You. Need. To. Stop. Talking."

I actually kinda did lose my cool for a little bit there. I had to say it about 6 times before my partner in crime actually heard me. I balled up and apologized for snapping, but in all reality I just found someone that dishes out shittier directions than Rubi (Sorry Rubi, I know you were being thorough, and that was cool).

"You are giving me too many random turns without distances or street names. They don't even remotely match the map I've got. I don't want to know where to go, I just want to make sure I'm in the right spot. Find country road 12, and tell me if it is east or west of Cambridge. Don't tell me how far, or how long, just whether it is to the east or west of cambridge."

It took a good 17-25 minutes to figure out that he was describing what the road did just as you leave Cambridge. I had even dug out my atlas and was pouring over the page but that one didn't have street names on it (at least not streets that small).

"Why the fuck didn't you just say "the road curves a few times, and then you'll be coming up on 12 shortly after that."??"

"Well, I was telling you where to go."



So...I rolled in at about 10:30pm, got all checked in, and drove in to the sight of Mud and Harry frantically trying to set up their tent in the rain. I was just glad to see those two assclowns and be off the road. I stepped inside to close the tent windows, but the floor had already developed a few gigantic- assed puddles. Turns out they hadn't gotten to the rainfly yet either.

When they had gotten halfways set up, I remembered that I had an EZ-up shade, so we threw that up so we would have a dry place to stand and wait out the rain. Then it was time to stand in the dry place and have a beer. Except I figured that standing was stupid and kinda cold, so I pulled out my camp chair, and we soon were down to the important business of waiting, drinking beer, and BSing.

I was introduced to MiniMud (Shane) and I will give this kid a thumbs up. Don't think I heard any real complaints out of him all weekend, and he was just as stoked to be camping as anything. He finally went to bed, and we stayed up till the rain stopped, put up my tent (which actually stayed mostly dry inside), and then BSed and ate cinnamon rolls, and lusted after the thoughts of scarfing down pizza until damnnear 2am.

Saturday

We all got up, and dropped Mud's dragon off at Rock's campsite. Then we hit up breakfast.

...

Well there was a slight delay since my dumbass forgot to lock my car, and we had to drive around the campsite loop once. Then Harry had his phone find us some breakfast. Then somehow Mud's TomTom thing was telling us shit that made Mud get all pissy and turn it off before we arrived at the original breakfast place. This wasn't really a big deal, since about a minute and a half later, there was a big bold sign that said "CAFE."

It sucked us in like a magnet. Hallelujah for biscuits and gravy!

Thoroughly fortified, we pulled out and started the 10 mile drive to haydays. Maybe an hour later, we'd made it about a mile? I mean, shit. We weren't getting any-fucking-where. Then word came in that Rock pussed out and was back at the campgrounds. We pushed on (maybe we should've actually pushed 'em into the ditch and out of our way).

Then lo'an'behold, there sat a 2000-1 ZR600 on the side of the road for 800 bucks. So we hopped out and looked that over some, and I started getting kinda stoked, since it had low miles and was in my price range. I stuck the number in my phone, then as Murphy's law would have it, traffic moved enough that Harry and I had to make a dash back for the road. We ended up hopping in with Greasemonkey's (I think...kept getting you and Wallygator mixed up) ride. Then traffic slowed enough for us to make it back up to Mud's vehicle.

When I went to call the number I had tucked in my phone, I couldn't find it. I'm not sure if I hit the wrong buttons or if I just shut the phone before the number was finished 'saving'. Either way, I took a shitload of crap over losing the number, but it was too far to run back and get it again. I tried dialing the number that I remembered, but none of 'em went through.

After about three hours, we finally parked in some farmer's field, and started walking. We were 3 miles away from the Haydays entrance. It was fucking crazy. Parking and traffic was that fucked. Greasemonkey appeared again, with connections to Riley, and we hopped another ride. That took a while, but we finally fucking made it. 10 miles in 3 hours.

First on the list was food (cheese curds) and water. Those cheese curds were the best I've ever tasted. We lost Mud and MiniMud, and then Harry disappeared for a bit. And I will say that one of the funnier sights is Harry standing alone in a crowd, looking very obviously lost. I gave up waving at him, because the majority of the crowd was tall enough that my hand was not visible.

Then we started towards the swap meet area, I had a couple missions in mind.

1 - the right sled
2 - pipe for the 250
3 - parts for the 250

We found some sleds, but none that really felt like they were saying "Wolfie, buy me dammit!!" Well, I guess there were a few sleds that did say that, except I didn't have nearly enough jing saved up for 'em.

There were a shit ton of sleds, and MiniMud sat on probably 3/4 of the sleds at haydays. That was fairly impressive for him being 7 years old. He also kept up way better than I did. I found a cheapassed goretex shell jacket, so I picked that up. And a few isles later, I found a stand for the 250, so I picked that up too.

Harry found a piece (recoil?) for his braaper, and some saddlebags. Mud and MiniMud kinda came and went, beings as I got distracted by sleds a lot, as did Harry, whereas Mud made better time. I learned in the meantime, that the stand I had bought made a really convenient place to sit whenever there was a spare moment. I was glad to carry it the rest of the day. We even found a Mud-sized chair. It actually made him look normal sized.

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Those cheese curds from earlier kicked my ass...

By the time we had made it through the swap, we were pretty hungry and hit up the burrito place, which was damn delicious. I do have to say that this year's haydays had a WAY better food selection than last year's place. I can't remember half the shit, but it was easily four or five times as many different food joints as last year if not more.

When we went to watch a few drags, it turns out that we had kinda missed most if not all of the shows. That was kindof a bummer, but we had made a thorough search of the swap area, and I felt satisfied with that work well done.

We hit up the Klim tent, and I found a nice jacket in XS, but my arms were too long for the sleeves, so I left it there. Mud picked up a nice jacket, and after he'd acquired the bag, he was cool enough to carry my jacket for me too. Thanks again Mud.

Then it was time to hit up the Polaris area, and I was actually feeling kinda comfortable on the Polaris Rush. I'm not sure if it's the upright feeling, or the seat height, but it felt "right" so I'll have to try get a ride in on one of those things sometime. It still looks weird, but I think I could get over that if it was as responsive as they say it is supposed to be. Or maybe it's just the "dirtbike" feeling it had when I threw a leg over. (Here come the haters).

TBC
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I'll say that I had a blast as did Mud Jr. The long ass wait in line sucked the worse, that combined with the late start meant we didn't even get to see half of Haydays. That was a little disappointing but I guess that gives me a reason to do it again. It was great meeting everyone even though I mainly stayed at our campsite due to Mud Jr.
Haydays was sweet but there were tons of crack smokers selling sleds that they were pretty fuckin proud of. I was on a quest for a 136" track and an FST snowmobile, neither of which I found for a reasonable price. We managed to add to our sledding video collection and I got a new jacket like I wanted so we did ok.
Mud Jr was great for me which I'm kinda used to, he is a good kid. He did manage to sit on more machines than I probably ever have lol, and he loved doing it. Obviously he wanted alot of different snowmobiles and dirtbikes, fuck he even wanted some 3 wheelers lol.
All in all it was an awesome weekend. Managed to make it round trip without any speeding tickets which I was almost surprised at as we went 20-30mph over most of the way. I only have a couple pictures and I'll post them lata.
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Haydays is a social event. No deals to be had.

I want to go to Princeton one of these years.
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Well start planning on making it to Hastings Snowshow because I didn't find anything I needed lol.
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I noticed you and little mud were a little scarce on Sat. night.......Didn't want him around all the drunks? By the way,what happened to my call when you got in?I was going to have you pick me up a new switch for the dragon and pay you a finders fee for it.
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Both the Prairie Riders swap and the Hastings Snow show are out for me this year too - they're the weekend I close on the new house and the weekend I move in. No dice.
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Little Mud was wooped by time we got back to the campsite, got a fire lit, and cooked dinner. He was off to bed and I just didn't feel right leaving the tent to come down and partay. As for the call, my bad lol. By time we got in we were off and running lol.
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It would have been fun to go to the campground and have a couple of beers with everybody but by the time I got back to my camp I discoverd I had been parked in about 4 deep so I decided to stay there and have a few drinks. Glad to hear Haydays wasn't a total disaster for everybody.
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sounds like the law dogs were out on I35 turning some folk's away as there was no parking for them. Others could not get to there swap space they had payed for.
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The police tried turning our line of traffic away with the excuse they were turning people away from lack of parking. Some people turned around and left, dumbasses lol.
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Sounded like the people that took different routes didnt have that much problems
They said not to go through North Branch..


Recommended routes to the site. There should be signs posted by Friday on the interstate as reminders where to exit.

Also, if you're coming in from western MN [i.e. interstate 94 ] be advised that coming across Hwy 95 will test your resolve. If you exit in St Cloud, there will be about 30 stop lights to get thru the town. Then 95 is closed in Princeton and has a detour. The posted detour is about 10 miles. Locals know a shorter one but I am not from the area so I don't know it. And then North Branch is full of construction and always slow to get thru town anyway. Plan accordingly.

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* From the South: Minneapolis or St. Paul (Preferred Route)

1. Go North on I-35 to the Stacy exit 139.
2. Turn RIGHT on County Road 19 and go about 1/2 mile to County Road 30.
3. At the stop sign, turn LEFT on County Road 30 and go for 1.4 miles to County Road 18.
4. At County Road 18 turn RIGHT and go for 4.5 miles to County Road 14.
5. At County Road 14 turn RIGHT and go for .9 miles to County Road 15.
6. At County Road 15 turn LEFT and go for 5.5 miles to County Road 70.
7. At County Road 70 turn LEFT and go 1 mile to Haydays

* From the North: such as Hinckley or Duluth

1. Go South on I-35 to the Harris exit 152.
2. Turn LEFT on County Road 10 and go east about 1/2 mile.
3. At the RR tracks/stop, turn LEFT an County Road 30 and go 3 blocks.
4. At County Road 9 turn RIGHT and go for about 11 miles. You will go through the town of Sunrise and cross Highway 95
5. At County Road 15 turn LEFT and go for about 2 miles
6. At County Road 70 turn LEFT and go about 1 mile to Haydays

* From the East: St. Croix Falls, WI or Taylors Falls, MN

1. Take highway 95 east to Almelund, MN.
2. Turn LEFT on County Road 10 and go east about 1/2 mile.
3. At Almelund, turn LEFT an County Road 15 and go about 1.5 miles.
4. At County Road 70 turn RIGHT and go about 1 mile to Haydays

* From the West: North Branch, Cambridge or Princeton, MN

The Sno-Barons do not recommend using Highway 95 East through North Branch to the event. However if you do, please be very patient and courteous.

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I highly recommend avoiding North Branch, especially from the north. The bridge across the interstate is under construction and is narrow with little space right now. So do not skip that Harris exit!
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Some people...
There's people that hope that haydays doesnt get a permit for next year(because there mad)
People whinning to the news stations... Nice,.. give the greentards like M R R another reason to come after us. my guess they will be out in full force to get this event shut down...maybe some of those snowmobilers should go help them with it.

about 30 pages of whinning on a vintage site. get over it.

I have been to music,cars, tractor, racing,snowmobiling events. They all have problems, and weather is the biggest.
Car show camping... 40-50 mph winds, cold as hell... froze my azzz off all weeekend.
racing, rainded out several times, weekend shot.
music.. sat in the rain for days, seen tents sitting in 2 ft of water. or 100D and dusty.
tractor, dust storms so bad, people didnt believe I was a cracker.
snowmobiling,, no snow and hot, rain


Sometimes stuff happens no matter what you do.
Plus the fact that the Gov(state, county) had a big hand in telling haydays what they could and couldnt do.
If neighbors wanted to make some extra parking, they would have to take out a $500 permit, or be fined big $$$
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Looks like the local didnt really have any idea what was going on

http://www.snowmobilefanatics.com/fo...2/display.aspx
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Sweet! I'm not so sure I'll be making it next year but might start planning making it like every other year or something.
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When we were getting breakfast, the host of the CAFE was commenting this:

"It sounds so stupid!! Why would anyone want to go watch snowmobiles race on straw or hay!?! Why are they racing on hay anyways?"

The locals were mostly clueless, for sure.
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^^^How do you not slap somebody for shit like that?
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It was a bitch getting into Haydays but with a little patience we made it. Greasemonkey wanted to turn around and go back to the campground and get into the Windsor bottle but Mike(his Son) and I wouldn't hear of it. Wolfy if you want to tell Me and Grease apart look at the hair his is snow white. It was nice meeting Mud and Shane and Bsing on Sat. night at the fire. I had a few drinks in me and did a lot of bla,bla blaing but I couldn't top Harry's story about getting really drunk and giving a BJ to a black guy with a pierced scrotum for some crack. I think thats how the story went. I bought a hat and shirt for my Son that was all.
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I would not have been able to not buy some sleds. Seriously. The problem would be paying the $2,000 (each), to get them back up here.

And I don't do beer or curds in water. Besides...this thread sux 'cuz it doesn't have enough pix.
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I had a few drinks in me and did a lot of bla,bla blaing but I couldn't top Harry's story about getting really drunk and giving a BJ to a black guy with a pierced scrotum for some crack. I think thats how the story went
LMFAO! I'd forgotten about that fuckin story lol! I guess I was a little drunker than I thought. Was great meeting you also Wally, look forward to riding with you at the group ride in the Yoop this year.
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I remember you stumbling over Wally...and I remember Harry being pissed because I was sleeping in front of company. I remember bits and pieces of that story...most of it priceless...

...and that's about all I remember except for my beloved husband handing me a cold bottle of water.
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I remember you stumbling over Wally...and I remember Harry being pissed because I was sleeping in front of company. I remember bits and pieces of that story...most of it priceless...

...and that's about all I remember except for my beloved husband handing me a cold bottle of water.

A bottle of water? What a bastard, gives you water and hoards the beer for himself
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Pictures...the few I took.

2SEWings rendition of my Wolf tattoo I posted sometime last year. It is immortalized forever on the back of his Goldie.



3 miles away give or take, and there were tons of people walking.



Again...traffic and parking were one gigantic clusterfuck. I tried to get a shot of the long line of vehicles in front of us, but the cell just didn't do it justice.



MiniMud showing off the sweetassed swamp rig. Those handlebars were probably eye height on me if not a little taller.



Mud, getting a taste of how it feels to be Wolfie-sized.



None of the shirts they sold here fit either of 'em. I think they were picking up some swag to represent, or maybe they were trying to join the Diva club?



Mud makes for an especially happy Gigantic Diva.



MiniMud figured this was a pretty sweet lid. I don't think I could rock it as well as he did. Mud is checking out some snowpron, and Harry is just in his own special little world?



Someone ripped one...but who? Either way, we were rolling on back to the pickup in style.



I really really wanted this guy to rev it up for me, but he didn't...it sounded awesome even just idling along...

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I remember you stumbling over Wally...
My bad Wally, I don't remember that either lol. I guess I thought more than I drank I did.
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