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  1. #14526
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    I don't think the road is plowed while they are closed anyways so oh well. Totals are looking good.

  2. #14527
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    8" in the yard here in 4 Corners and still snowing.
    I have been in this State for 30 years and I am willing to admit that I am part of the problem.

  3. #14528
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    Looking a little breezy on the Ridge...

  4. #14529
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    Was only 100 cars or more at bridger this morning. Less new snow than in the yard.
    "Unfortunately, Meadows mgmt/marketing found out about the PR stash and published it on their trail map."

  5. #14530
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    Montana massive check it out. I don't have any room in my garage or it would be mine.

    https://bozeman.craigslist.org/cto/d...324146503.html

  6. #14531
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    Damn.

    I nearly left Driggs with one of those on a ski trip in college.

  7. #14532
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    Thatís sweet. I was looking at an ad for a 1992 diesel 4WD corolla last week. I would definitely take this over that. Realistically I donít have room for either over the next 10 months.

  8. #14533
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    One of the best surf/ski mobiles ever made.

  9. #14534
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    Quote Originally Posted by I Skied Bandini Mountain View Post
    Montana massive check it out. I don't have any room in my garage or it would be mine.

    https://bozeman.craigslist.org/cto/d...324146503.html
    Fuck that thing is cool. Tints and black rims = steeze for miles.

  10. #14535
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    $6500 for that thing? The world has, indeed, gone completely loco.

    And I'm even a fan of old shitbox Toyotas...

  11. #14536
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    Fair price, fantastic condition. Usually those things were rusted out a week after leaving the assembly line.

  12. #14537
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    Quote Originally Posted by I Skied Bandini Mountain View Post
    Fair price, fantastic condition.
    Then I suspect they'll get it.

    Sure seems WAY WAY WAY overpriced, IMO.

    Then again... the world has apparently gone crazy.

  13. #14538
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    Quote Originally Posted by skaredshtles View Post
    Then I suspect they'll get it.

    Sure seems WAY WAY WAY overpriced, IMO.

    Then again... the world has apparently gone crazy.
    It's really clean looking. I'd feel bad running it into the ground on dirt roads, looks like it's roughly 15x the price that tempted me but that was a while ago and it wasn't in such good shape.

  14. #14539
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    Quote Originally Posted by abraham View Post
    It's really clean looking. I'd feel bad running it into the ground on dirt roads, looks like it's roughly 15x the price that tempted me but that was a while ago and it wasn't in such good shape.
    Yeah - it does look to be in nice shape... but it's still a nearly 30yo shitbox. Probably all the rubber bits are dry-rotted all to hell.

    But apparently there are people that would entertain it.

    And I guess, technically, it's "vintage" at this point.

  15. #14540
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    Quote Originally Posted by skaredshtles View Post
    Yeah - it does look to be in nice shape... but it's still a nearly 30yo shitbox. Probably all the rubber bits are dry-rotted all to hell.

    But apparently there are people that would entertain it.

    And I guess, technically, it's "vintage" at this point.
    *nearly 40 years old. Don't worry, someone will buy it that's naive to the fact that every time they do something under the hood they'll break something else.

    With that being said, it appears to be a pretty rare specimen, and people spend money on dumber things. Hell, I've got more money in bikes sitting in my garage right now lol

  16. #14541
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    Some Trucker hat wearing BZN local will snap that up for street cred when rolling into the BB parking lot.
    I have been in this State for 30 years and I am willing to admit that I am part of the problem.

  17. #14542
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    I have more money into A bike in my garage right now lol.

  18. #14543
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    Quote Originally Posted by I Skied Bandini Mountain View Post
    Montana massive check it out. I don't have any room in my garage or it would be mine.

    https://bozeman.craigslist.org/cto/d...324146503.html
    Love those. Best friend had one in late high school, until we destroyed it and he replaced it with another early university years. Highlights include:
    mudding past stuck lifted 4x4 at the tank trails.
    High speed car chase in the south hills with a f-150, we got away thanks to high speed ebraking to corner.
    One day, I grabbed a Beach bus magnet from their garage and stuck it on the hood. We passed one of their drivers and I leaned out the window giving the bus a big thumbs up(or something). Few minutes later looked in the rear window and bus was foot off the bumper, could just see "international." High speed get away down Pattee canyon with rapid turn into dirt road got us out of that one.
    Best was one spring break we did a river trip in Southern Utah, but car could not go freeway speed with canoe on top and gear in back. So we drafted semi trucks, most didn't seem to mind, but a couple tried to kill us...that was scary.

  19. #14544
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    He paid $400 for his, not a popular car at the time.

  20. #14545
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    Long time lurker, first time poster here. Did some hiking and skiing yesterday in the Absarokas. It was a slog for sure, but the corn cycle was very nice. I was hiking/skinning/booting on firm snow by 8000' in sheltered terrain, wishing for crampons for most of it. The corn set-in around 11 AM on a face that was in the sun starting at 6 AM. I also found a lot of ticks. The snow is melting out fast, but the conditions yesterday (and presumably today) were great.

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  21. #14546
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    2012 Montana Conditions, Stoke and Whatev Thread

    Shameless SPAM

    A great organization here in Montana is the PLWA. (Public Land Water Access Association). These guys fight tooth and nail against the billionaires trying to take away the working mans access to public lands.

    They are having an online fundraiser, buy some shit and support them.

    https://www.32auctions.com/PLWA?blm_aid=40120




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  22. #14547
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    FREE SHIT !

    Park Tools Stand
    Model PCS-1
    Price = FREE
    (suggestion: donate to PLWA.)
    I am going to give Whiteroom Guardian dibs on this. If he declines I will go to next bidder.
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    Large dog cage.
    Fit my yellow lab (RIP). Maybe XL ?
    Folds up, all metal, plastic pan on bottom.
    Price = FREE
    (suggestion: donate to PLWA)
    Bonus if you post up a pic of your dog !
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    No shipping. Pickup in Big Sky or I can have it sent to Bozo on the next maggot pickup truck headed that way.


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  23. #14548
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    If wrg passes, Iíll gladly rehome the bike stand. Harry, you sticking around?


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  24. #14549
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    Quote Originally Posted by njb View Post
    Long time lurker, first time poster here. Did some hiking and skiing yesterday in the Absarokas. It was a slog for sure, but the corn cycle was very nice. I was hiking/skinning/booting on firm snow by 8000' in sheltered terrain, wishing for crampons for most of it. The corn set-in around 11 AM on a face that was in the sun starting at 6 AM. I also found a lot of ticks. The snow is melting out fast, but the conditions yesterday (and presumably today) were great.

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    That bottom rock feature might be interesting in the winter. And post more! Nice work.

  25. #14550
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    Quote Originally Posted by SUPERIOR View Post
    If wrg passes, Iíll gladly rehome the bike stand. Harry, you sticking around?
    Bike stand is (1) WRG, (2) Superior
    Dog crate still up for grabs.
    I have more free shit coming as I clean house. Stay tuned.

    After 35+ years in Montana, I am moving back to the Midwest. I have developed a pulmonary issue that requires I move to a lower elevation. It really sucks. I love it here. But having to use an oxygen bottle just to ski or hike is no life. I spent the past winter in northern Wisconsin and loved it. Felt so good to be able to do aerobic exercise without gasping for breath. Great XC skiing, great fishing. While I am sad to move away, Iím OK with it.

    Anyone interested in buying my Big Sky condo, contact Whiteroom Guardian, he is my real estate agent. It officially goes on the market in a couple weeks.



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