but it was worth it. We stayed in Two Harbors and rode to the Canada border the first day. Great ride but got lost that night. My buddy's 600 ho ran out of gas as he pulled up to the pump that night. 90% of the trails were excellent with one or two getting painful to ride at night before the groomer hit them. Rode up to Isabella the next day for breakfast and screwed around on the trails for a while. The trails weren't very busy and the snow was great. I stepped off trail to relieve myself at one point. My left foot sunk a foot or so into the snow and I totally pee'd a glove inside and out. I'm finally learning how to make the REV work in my favor. There are just little changes. Like the change in riding position. While sitting forward I can weight either ski or either side of the rearend to get better traction or handling. It seems like I can control things more precisely with the REV. Is this my imagination? With my old sled it seemed that I had to work harder because I had to swing the rear out in turns vs. shifting weight and giving it throttle.