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  1. #8526
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    I'm not sure you can be a card carrying member of the Quasi Dirt Bag Wanna be Ski Bum tribe and not have a bit of Hayduke in ya.

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    It helps if you have a fondness for measuring driving distance in terms of six packs or fractions thereof.

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  6. #8531
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    Sloppy wet flakes most of the day on the posh side of Andesite today.

  7. #8532
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    2012 SW Montana Conditions, Stoke and Whatev Thread

    Feeler...Is there any housing available, looking for 2 bedroom in Big Sky, Iím in Bozeman and donít wish to make the drive all winter.


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    Originally Posted by eshed
    Here's a story from a buddy of mine: He was skiing somewhere on the EC (I forget where) and saw a Texan and his son standing at the top of the halfpipe.

    Dad (to son): "Why don't you go on down in that stunt ditch and do something special?"

  8. #8533
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    Quote Originally Posted by Norseman View Post
    Afaik, the foundation is the tax-exempt donation conduit.... The association is the community involvement mechanism (vote for board members who run the business, ask questions in a civil setting).
    This is pretty spot on, here's more reading for ya:

    https://bridgerbowl.com/foundation

    https://bridgerbowl.com/bridger-bowl-association

    https://www.bridgerbowl.com/mountain-and-town/history

  9. #8534
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    2012 SW Montana Conditions, Stoke and Whatev Thread

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    Fun morning on the bike!

    Tomorrow is the last day of the season for the bike park. Dress appropriately and come ride hero dirt in perfect weather. Possible forecast for 60 and sunny. End of season party 3-5pm at swifty. Burgers and stuff.

    Worked with a good group today pimping a couple sections on M2M, ride that at the end of the day.

    ...guess itís time to go bike somewhere else for 6 more weeks!



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  10. #8535
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    These links are actually the reason I wound up asking here about how it's structured. The setup where there's one organization that runs the show, one to accept donations, and one that's a business sort of makes my eyes cross.

    Where on the ridge was this shot taken? It's wild. I'm guessing above the current Bridger lift looking south but I wouldn't put too much money that guess.
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  11. #8536
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    This mornings view
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  12. #8537
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    Quote Originally Posted by idahospud View Post
    These links are actually the reason I wound up asking here about how it's structured. The setup where there's one organization that runs the show, one to accept donations, and one that's a business sort of makes my eyes cross.

    Where on the ridge was this shot taken? It's wild. I'm guessing above the current Bridger lift looking south but I wouldn't put too much money that guess.
    That photo might be on the way to Hidden/just before Hidden? Kind of looks like it to me.

    Is what's confusing about the Association vs. the Foundation the difference between a 501c4 (Association) and a 501c3 (Foundation)? There are a lot of laws that dictate how those two entities interact. This answers a lot about that: https://bolderadvocacy.org/wp-conten...c3s_andc4s.pdf (although I'm not a lawyer and don't know if even one sentence on that document is actually legally accurate)
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  13. #8538
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    View from work this morning

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  14. #8539
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    Nice day for a walk.

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  15. #8540
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    Mountains sure look better dressed in white.
    Went for a Sunday drive, too.

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  16. #8541
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    Quote Originally Posted by idahospud View Post
    These links are actually the reason I wound up asking here about how it's structured. The setup where there's one organization that runs the show, one to accept donations, and one that's a business sort of makes my eyes cross.

    Where on the ridge was this shot taken? It's wild. I'm guessing above the current Bridger lift looking south but I wouldn't put too much money that guess.
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    I think you're right. That rocky point on the far left would be the top of the Nose and we're looking at Right Side and Never Never Land.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kathleenturneroverdrive View Post
    Is what's confusing about the Association vs. the Foundation the difference between a 501c4 (Association) and a 501c3 (Foundation)? There are a lot of laws that dictate how those two entities interact. This answers a lot about that: https://bolderadvocacy.org/wp-conten...c3s_andc4s.pdf (although I'm not a lawyer and don't know if even one sentence on that document is actually legally accurate)
    Yeah, the Association/Foundation/actual business is what's managed to confuse me, although that link clarified a good bit for me. It seems like it can be summed up along the lines of "paperwork." It needs to snow soon so I can stop wasting time thinking about things like this.

    Quote Originally Posted by Gnar_Shralp406 View Post
    I think you're right. That rocky point on the far left would be the top of the Nose and we're looking at Right Side and Never Never Land.
    Yup, I think that's it. It's so un-tracked!

  18. #8543
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    It has mostly melted off, but the view Sunday morning sure was spectacular.
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    Buy the ticket...take the ride.

  19. #8544
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    That's right where I got ditched by a snow plow last winter.

  20. #8545
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    Quote Originally Posted by regct View Post
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    Fun morning on the bike!

    Tomorrow is the last day of the season for the bike park. Dress appropriately and come ride hero dirt in perfect weather. Possible forecast for 60 and sunny. End of season party 3-5pm at swifty. Burgers and stuff.

    Worked with a good group today pimping a couple sections on M2M, ride that at the end of the day.

    ...guess it’s time to go bike somewhere else for 6 more weeks!



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    that breakin trail looks tricky
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  21. #8546
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    PM'ed you Harry...

  22. #8547
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    Quote Originally Posted by MiCol View Post
    that breakin trail looks tricky
    A little luck and less braking!


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  23. #8548
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    Quote Originally Posted by regct View Post
    A little luck and less braking!


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    and maybe a good memory too
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  24. #8549
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    NPS officially said f*** it with respect to Beartooth Pass this morning, closed for the season at the state line. I wouldn't be surprised if MDT followed suit shortly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anotherVTskibum View Post
    NPS officially said f*** it with respect to Beartooth Pass this morning, closed for the season at the state line. I wouldn't be surprised if MDT followed suit shortly.
    Lazy fucks... Not even October yet. That stops access via Redlodge and creates a pain in the rear.

    And because of those slackers, The pass will continue to stay RAW.

    Beartooth Pass Invitational tentatively slated for opening weekend, spring 2020. Roughly Memorial Day or later. Might have to wait on the lift access.

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