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    Pictures [only] of Boise Area Trails

    I'm moving to Boise from Laramie, WY at the end of August. I'm excited about the new riding opportunities, but slogging through the various Boise posts to find good pictures of area trails is boring.

    So, post your best Boise area trail pixs here....action or scenic shots.

    thank you in advance!

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    a few xc riding pics

    Quote Originally Posted by dauwalt
    I'm moving to Boise from Laramie, WY at the end of August. I'm excited about the new riding opportunities, but slogging through the various Boise posts to find good pictures of area trails is boring.

    So, post your best Boise area trail pixs here....action or scenic shots.

    thank you in advance!
    Welcome. I'm not even there right now. Here's a few from the Boise front, Danskins, Bogus area and Wilson Creek. Boise is an outstanding area for riding, and overall outdoor sports. What are you coming to for job?
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    and a few more 4 ya.....

    Quote Originally Posted by mtnbkrdr98
    Welcome. I'm not even there right now. Here's a few from the Boise front, Danskins, Bogus area and Wilson Creek. Boise is an outstanding area for riding, and overall outdoor sports. What are you coming to for job?
    give a shout you get into town. I'll be back up early Aug, show you some riding
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    Nice shots, Daryl. We'll look forward to seeing you back in the hood!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mtnbkrdr98
    ....What are you coming to for job?
    Yes.

    Moving to new territory + wife not moving up till Feb. = the need and freetime to ride A LOT


    ..and I will be looking for someone to show me around the trails a bit when I get into town.

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    pics

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    one or two more

    random spots.
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    these are from our bomb ride this last saturday
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    Nice shots! Esp. like the one with the sunrise on your mojo. the other shots Looks like someone got that new Trek?
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    Here's a very informative shot of Boise riding, courtesy of Twisted Crank.

    And, for good measure, a great shot of my brother after puking on a tree during Mardi Gras. Sorry, not Boise.

    Enjoy.
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    Boise in the summer.


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    Stack Rock / Bogus Basin

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    earthpig, please continue with the tomfoolery. more tomfoolery all around would be swell.

    and maybe a caper or two.
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    Misc pics on lower trails, most in winter/spring.

    sidewinder (4) , scotts (1), shanes (2)
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    Some random images I pulled off my work computer fast like. I certainly would not call these my "best" photos of Idaho trails but eh there pretty ok.
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    Another artistic shot, courtesy of Twisted Crank.

    I call it "Micturation Manifestation."

    Kitties. Meow.
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    Crazed Wild Pig

    Quote Originally Posted by Earthpig
    Another artistic shot, courtesy of Twisted Crank.

    I call it "Micturation Manifestation."

    Kitties. Meow.
    You are in RARE FORM, me bro!

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    Here's one of my favorite pics looking back at downtown Boise.

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    That's awesome, Eric!
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    Be very carefull riding in Idaho.
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    Well I guess here is what you really want to see.
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    I'm out of town at the moment, too, but here's a couple of Boise, up near Bogus Basin.



    This is where I'm at now. Not Boise.

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    Another scenic leak

    Byline: Today.

    Elevation: 12,009 feet.

    No, you can't ride up there.

    But you can pee!
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    Hyndman

    Is that Mt. Hyndman that your are relieving yourself on?
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    ding ding ding ding!

    Quote Originally Posted by BoiseBoy
    Is that Mt. Hyndman that your are relieving yourself on?
    We have a winner. My goal is to take a leak on all nine 12000+ foot peaks in Idaho. 2 down, 7 to go.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Earthpig
    We have a winner. My goal is to take a leak on all nine 12000+ foot peaks in Idaho. 2 down, 7 to go.
    Vlog them all though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bombin4X
    Vlog them all though.
    Cat Huckster!

    I think I need more salad.
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    Mountain biking Boise. A blast from the past. In more ways than one.






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    Jesus Christ is the King. Those were rad Brother Twisted.

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    Is that Brandi in the middle? Mmmm. Brandi sandwich.

    Update: Holy Brandi - that IS Brandi in the middle! http://www.idahostatesman.com/newsup...ry/461665.html

    Is "Holy Brandi" redundant? How about "cat hucking?"

    Where's my umbrella? It's raining cats in here.
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    Shhhhhhh! Last time I uttered her name on this board I got banned for a week. Kind of like saying "Voldemort".

    Daryl is the King too!
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    I really am enjoying being back on the board. It's like watching This Is Spinal Tap for the first time in 6 months. *Refreshing*

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    Quote Originally Posted by TwistedCrank
    Shhhhhhh! Last time I uttered her name on this board I got banned for a week. Kind of like saying "Voldemort".

    Daryl is the King too!
    Well sir, you posted her picture. And I thank you for that. I haven't chuckled that hard since I got a hairball caught in my chuckler. Gak.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bombin4X
    I really am enjoying being back on the board. It's like watching This Is Spinal Tap for the first time in 6 months. *Refreshing*
    Well, personally, I think it's more like watching re-runs of "Maude." In fact, there was once this episode where Maude hucked a cat. I don't remember what the moral of the story was, but I do believe Uncle Jessie from the Dukes of Hazzard made a guest appearance as Maude's plumber.

    Here's a recent publicity shot of Twisted Crank and 98. Like peas and carrots they is.

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    that looks like a great place to pee! well, as long as you are equipped to pee standing up. could be a bit rugged otherwise.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MTNgirl
    Could be a bit rugged otherwise.
    Hence the absence of a spackle shot.

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    Something tells me this thread is going to last a lot longer than it otherwise might have.

    She's right in front of me, but appears to be ogling the Irishman's rear triangle...

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    Quote Originally Posted by hodgee
    She's right in front of me, but appears to be ogling the Irishman's rear triangle...
    And not only that she seems to want my shovel. Eewwww

    Now back to Boise biking - you guest it showing some passion at "Brandi Camp."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Irishbuddha
    And not only that she seems to want my shovel. Eewwww"
    You must promise to use your powers only for good.

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    Op

    OK, back to the original intent of the post. OP deserves that.

    Sometimes our trails are not so good. This particular day, despite being flip's b-day, was so bad in so many respects.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Earthpig
    OK, back to the original intent of the post. OP deserves that.
    I knew the post wouldn't stick to just photos.

    Quote Originally Posted by Earthpig
    Sometimes our trails are not so good. This particular day, despite being flip's b-day, was so bad in so many respects.
    It looks like Laramie in spring. Nice.

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    But sometimes

    But sometimes, you meet some interesting people.
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    Unfortunately

    Unfortunately, as the imp noted, the trails bite back. Strong platelets and good health insurance are key.
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    On a positive note

    On a positive note, some of our bike shop monkeys rock.
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    Not to say

    Hijinks are oft-enjoyed, even off trail. (No children were force-fed PBR in the making of this post.)
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    But...

    But, it's almost always a good time.
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    priceless.
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    In the end, though

    In the end, though, it's always best to ride with family. Because, when it really comes down to it, family - not biking - is what life is all about.
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    Earthpig's a pervert and he's going to hell. Hell, I tell you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TwistedCrank
    Earthpig's a pervert and he's going to hell. Hell, I tell you.
    Oh Twisted, you know I've been to Hell already. See a certain post above. (Well, maybe it was simply Purgatory, but I learned my lessons and then some.)

    I now believe in the healing powers of the Darylama. I am now the kindler, gentler (and way happier) Earthpig - your sweet kitten.

    Meow.

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    I just made a chicken salad sammich

    I just made a chicken salad sammich. I got all the ingredients from Costco.

    Chicken salad + leafy greens + bread = chicken salad sammich

    In fact, all the food I've been eating all week is from Costco.
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    And if you're willing to drive a couple of hours each way, Idaho has some awesome single track outside of Boise.

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    It's like "Where's Waldo" -- I see her!!!

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    are those quaker oats..or quaker grits.

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    Conversely, the best thing about Boise is that you don't have to drive two hours either way or any way to ride singletrack. It's right out your back door. (Well, some of us more than others.)

    I love grits almost as I loves me some internets. http://www.grits.com/
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    Quote Originally Posted by garnetspur
    ..or quaker grits.
    Hmmm. Quakers and grits. Do you think the quakers churn their own butter for the grits?

    Wouldn't they be more aptly named "Southern Baptist Grits?"

    Eating grits makes me want to handle snakes and speak in tongues.

    You don't want to know what smoking grits makes me want to do. It ain't pretty. Maybe ain't even legal. But it shore feels gooood.

    Ah, Twisted was right. I'm a pervert.

    And apparently I've gained a touch of weight. That's what being kind and gentle gets you.
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    That's sushi on the right, there. Sushi made with grits instead of rice. Nummy.
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    the 'nanars are turnin' brown...

    better get after 'em or all they'll good for is 'nanar puddin'

    i'm married to a g.r.i.t.s.

    i'm a d.r.i.t.s.

    grits are the greatest vehicle for sauces, gravies, meats, etc. far superior to rice. rice ain't got **** on grits.

    and, who does polenta think it is...

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    We are the Boise night riders and we're on our righteous road to freedom.





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    Did somebody....

    Did somebody say night ride?!?!?!!?

    I don't understand all this 29'er, 650b'er, whatever-er, hype. Small wheels rock.
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    The Church of Dirt - Oh how I miss thee

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crash_Burn
    The Church of Dirt - Oh how I miss thee
    Come thou back to the faith, brother...

    I have just refound my dirt faith as of late as well after a hiatus. Feels good to be back.

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    Yes, B4X, welcome back to the fold. And hopefully you've brought the kids along too. Nothing like riding with a gaggle of kids and dads and watching your 6 year old climb most of Ridgecrest for the first time to re-ignite your passion! Let's get the boys (and girls) out soon!
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    Thanks and Right on Aardvark! Those were great - when was that ride? Let's get on it~

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    yes yes yes that awsome man... way to hang with the kidos.. i cant wait..
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    Any good spring pics?

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