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Jeff Sheesley, left, of Indiana dons his helmet before heading out into Forbes State Forest on a snowmobile with his father Pete Sheesley, center, of Indiana, and his son Taylor Sheesley, 17, on January 27, 2013 in Cook Township.

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Jeff Sheesley, left, of Indiana dons his helmet before heading into Forbes State Forest on a snowmobile with his father Pete Sheesley, center, of Indiana, and his son Taylor Sheesley, 17, on January 27, 2013 in Cook Township.

Eric Schmadel | Tribune-Review

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