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 Post subject: Re: TR:Montana Sampler
PostPosted: Thu Sep 24, 2009 1:21 pm 
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Nice TR! That was a beautiful waterfall and some great looking food:thumbsup:

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 Post subject: Re: TR:Montana Sampler
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That waterfall picture is now my screen saver. Thanks 406

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Nice TR! That was a beautiful waterfall and some great looking food:thumbsup:

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 Post subject: Re: TR:Montana Sampler
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Fantastic! Thanks for sharing your trip. Montana's just been added to my list of must-do vacations.

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 Post subject: Re: TR:Montana Sampler
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Awesome TR. Family, dogs, bikes, mountains, beer, seroiusly jealous. One word though SALAD.

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 Post subject: Re: TR:Montana Sampler
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Awesome stuff. Thanks for sharing!


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 Post subject: Re: TR:Montana Sampler
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I lived in MT almost 20yrs ago now....thanks for the great TR!!! Did any of the resorts offer lift access riding? Bridger is a great place in the winter can only imagine what it would be like on a bike....


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 Post subject: Re: TR:Montana Sampler
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One word though SALAD.

Oh, I know, I normally eat salad daily. Most people up there think chicken is a vegetable and give funny looks when I ask for organic baby spinach. :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: TR:Montana Sampler
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I lived in MT almost 20yrs ago now....thanks for the great TR!!! Did any of the resorts offer lift access riding? Bridger is a great place in the winter can only imagine what it would be like on a bike....

I don't think Bridger runs lifts in the summer. Big Mountain (whitefish), Big Sky, and Snowbowl do. I have never been, but it sounds like Big Mountain is the best. The Big Sky lift served sounds ok also.

I think there is a bike guide in Big Sky (town ) that provides shuttles and would likely be a better experience, although there would be some climbing.

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 Post subject: Re: TR:Montana Sampler
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Cisco wrote:
One word though SALAD.

Oh, I know, I normally eat salad daily. Most people up there think chicken is a vegetable and give funny looks when I ask for organic baby spinach. :lol:


Salad is what your dinner eats. Not what's for dinner.


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 Post subject: Re: TR:Montana Sampler
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incredible pics, thanks for sharing.

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 Post subject: Re: TR:Montana Sampler
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Salad is what your dinner eats. Not what's for dinner.

Awesome. Quote of the year.


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 Post subject: Re: TR:Montana Sampler
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Bump this old TR because some of these trails are threatened by Wilderness inventory. Send in comments prior to 4 pm Friday 3/11.
Details: http://www.montanabicycleguild.org/wild ... -comments/

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