Snowless season hurts areas catering to winter tourism
Every January, snowmobiles are typically everywhere in much of Minnesota - bouncing along ditches and trails, pulled on trailers or parked at hotels and restaurants.
But this year is different. Except for the far northeastern corner of the state, there's not enough snow to ride. The machines that are a big part of winter tourism in Minnesota have been mostly idle.
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