Stopped both times. In both cases, didn't realize the slush under the snow was there because I hadn't broken through the snow while moving. After the stop, I gunned the throttle and because of the weight I was pulling, the track just dug straight down into the slush and I was dead in the water. Lucky I was with others and we got it going again in short order. I had to disconnect the pulled sled in both cases to get out and hand pull it to a slush free spot before reattaching. Sometimes you don't know the slush is there until its too late.
Bob, did you get stuck on the move or when you stopped?
Bob Hicks, from Utah
I'm 77 years young and going as hard as I can for as long as I can.
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