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Hi Lee,

I've often wondered that very thing myself. As you know, and for the benefit of others, I'm in Helena.

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It appears we are fairly well represented here! I suppose it could be its the easiest way to get info in this GREAT big state.

Enjoying Montana's Big Sky (& rocks & rivers & mountians etc, You get the picture.)
 
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Another one here!! Hangin on the Hi Line at the foot of the Bears Paw Mountains. Havre Has It!..wind, weather etc.

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I live in Bozeman. Just returned from my first trip to Moab, talk about awsome wheeling. Scared the s*** out of me a few times and didn't even do the real tough stuff, even though we did all 4 trails (lots of bypasses). I also found some of my weak links. Traction power = breakage.

 
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I live in Whitefish, Mt. I am moving to Bozeman next Spring, then probably to Missoulla. I was looking at all the reply's in my mail box and I got this crazy idea, you guessed it. How many of ya'll would like to meet somewhere this summer? I do not know the specifics of where everyone is geographicly but I thought that maybe we could all just work something out. Start talking and decide on a place. Maybe drive into Glacier National Park and go for a hiking/camping trip or go somewhere else and run some trails. Tell me what ya'll think. If you are pro-fun drop me a line at my house e-mail.
Glad to see so many Mt. Jeepers. I always thought we were few and far between.

P.S. Anyone want to go to the Chili Peppers Concert at the Gorge in Wash. I am going to go tomorrow and see what the ticket situation is like. I can't imagine the Gorge filling up already. Hopw to hear from ya'll soon.

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I'm from TX, live in the hell-hole that is AR, but I go to MT every chance I get. I just got back from a trip to Red Lodge and Bozeman. Did a lil' SnoJeepin' while I was there. Great fun, but once the snow starts piling over the hood, ya gotta keep getting out and pulling some of it off. I be back up there in Glacier this Aug or Sept.
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Lee,

Would like to consider it! Summer gets pretty crazy for the wife and I, as we do pro photography and weddings consume our summers....but not every weekend. We do block off about 1/2 of em so we have some pleasure! Hot weather weekends we spend at the lake water skiing, sunnin, having some brewskeez.

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Sounds like it could be a lot of fun. Tough part is the scheduling, but I am game. BTW, I hale from Butte.

Enjoying Montana's Big Sky (& rocks & rivers & mountians etc, You get the picture.)
 
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