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    A lazy jaunt at a local haunt......

    After a 1500 mile road trip to Livingston Montana and back without the bike..... I needed a ride. First 2 pics are of the drive to and then at Livingston. The later pictures are from todays ride at St. Edward's Park in Wa (home turf). All is well and have a good evening!

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    More about Livingston Montana....

    20 miles or so from Bozeman just 40 miles of Yellowstone National Park. Bridger Bowl got 11 inches of powder our first night there. It may be cold and snowy now but the summers are real nice. Great bike riding in the local Gallatin National Forest. Take Care!

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    Nice pictures! Enjoy that big sky...

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    dang! how big is that garorade bottle? i'm envious of how much it can hold!

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    It's a biggun.

    32 oz. I buy them for 5$ at a local BIG 5.

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    Awesome shots.

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    Terrific photos! Thanks for sharing them. -GT2005

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    I second the great riding in Gallitan NTL forest. And the guy at Timber Trails was really helpful when I got my Forest Service map in pointing out some good ones. I have to make it back there some time.
    "There are those who would say there's something pathological about the need to ride, and they're probably on to something. I'd wager though that most of the society-approved compulsions leave deeper scars in the psyche than a need to go and ride a bicycle on a mountain." Cam McRea

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    I 2nd that!

    Timber Trails has some great people and products. I stop in there on each trip and say hello. I tell ya though..... any more trips out there and I may never come back to WA.

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    I second the great riding in Gallitan NTL forest. And the guy at Timber Trails was really helpful when I got my Forest Service map in pointing out some good ones. I have to make it back there some time.
    Liberty Lake Wa.

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