Making Tracks in the West Kettle near Uncle Toms

My son and I acquired and finished a few repairs on a 1984 Polaris LT (440 LongTrack) and a 1984 Yamaha 340 snowmobile. We brought the Polaris up to the West Kettle area just below Big White Ski resort near Kelowna BC. We’ll wait for another few feet to bring the other one up. 🙂

Written By Clayton Kessler

On November 11, 2010
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My son and I acquired and finished a few repairs on a 1984 Polaris LT (440 LongTrack) and a 1984 Yamaha 340 snowmobile. We brought the Polaris up to the West Kettle area just below Big White Ski resort near Kelowna BC. We’ll wait for another few feet to bring the other one up. 🙂

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