The temperature outside was - 25 degrees Celsius as I trudged toward my little 256cc sled.
I needed to pack in the trails for future firewood gathering but I was unsure if the little Bravo would fire up.
One pull on the cord and the little Yamaha started. The game was on and away we went to pack in the trails and collect a few pieces of firewood I had previously cut.
It's amazing how fast the wildlife catch onto the trails and use them to their advantage. Instead of pushing through deep snow, they can traverse the land and conserve energy.
In the coming days, my little Bravo will be put to heavy work hauling out the cord wood needed to keep the homestead warm.