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Friday, April 15

with anticipation of the Montana trip....can't wait to see you fellas !!
13 Comments:
Blogger Wolfman said...
"ONE" (week) is the loneliest number that you'll ever find. two could make me sad but not as bad as three!!! i've got everything packed, i hope. shoes, helmet, busch light and a sleeve of the finest copenhagen for those scarey campfire stories!! am i missin anything?

Blogger mw said...
man, i wish i was headed that way.

Blogger scott showen said...
yummy, man that trail looks tasty

Blogger redstone said...
Yeehaw! Lucky fellas. I'll take alpine mountains over desert any day of the week. Make sure to bring back some pics.

Blogger debaser said...
damn, you sure it isn't summer up there already? Looks mighty tasty! If only I could squeeze another trip in...

Blogger magic said...
I just read in the paper recently that Montana is stepping up and trying to ban drinking behind the wheel. If this has not taken effect yet Matt, those Busch's may be gone before we get to Billings. Just kidding, maybe not, who knows.

Anonymous Anonymous said...
damned govment always trying to run everybodys lives!

Blogger Chaybo said...
yep....a driver can still have an open container in the vehicle. You can drink and drive...you just can't drink and drive drunk Mr. Johnson ! I know you personally, and the only time beer flows into those lips...welp, someone is getttin' drunk !! So you better wait until Wisdom until you crack your first. : )

Blogger magic said...
Here is what I recommend doing on the way up to Montana, also agreed up on by the guy we are going to visit. Apparently there was a short lived rumor that there was a Patagonia outlet store in Missoula, Chad says Dillon. So we should take interstate 80 all the way to Cheyenne. At Cheyenne we will take I 25 until it runs into I 90. We will then proceed west on this road until it runs into I 15 right after Butte. We will then take I 15 south for about 20 miles until we get to the town of Divide. At Divide we will go west on HWY 43 until that runs into HWY 93 which will take us right to Chad's house. Chad informed me that this would be the same distance timewise as going up to Missoula and coming back down. Tara and I have taken this road before and there are many parts where it is absolutely GOURGEOUS and it will put you in the Montana Mellow Mood. Going up to Missoula and coming back down is also sweet, but it aint got nothing on this route. Also we need to draw straws as to see who the first fight will be between. I anticipate that this will take place between Buffalo and Sheridan, Wyoming somewhere in the middle of the night when some lazy ass doesn't want to wake up and drive. I am so excited about this sweet ass trip.

Blogger debaser said...
No reason to place bets about who the first fight will involve, and I'm betting it's going down waaa-aay before Wyoming.

Blogger Chaybo said...
right on magic

Blogger redstone said...
You're right Magic. That is going to be a sweet ass trip. I want to hear all about it.

by the way, no open container laws in CO, either, for what it's worth...

That's not my beer, occifer, um, it's his?

Blogger Teresa said...
beautiful!