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  1. #11301
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    Quote Originally Posted by yeahman View Post
    That sucks they are only running Swifty on weekends. I was going to go Tuesday with my daughter, but without Swifty and not being able to ride Gambler I'm not sure it's worth it.
    I will say there is a brand new flow trail called Happy Hooves (terrible name, fun trail) that is very Gambler-esqe off Ramcharger. Great flow, berms, small no consequence jumps and rollers.

    Can still ride Exploder and pedal over to Otter Slide too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whiteroom_Guardian View Post
    I will say there is a brand new flow trail called Happy Hooves (terrible name, fun trail) that is very Gambler-esqe off Ramcharger. Great flow, berms, small no consequence jumps and rollers.

    Can still ride Exploder and pedal over to Otter Slide too.
    Thanks, good to know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by idahospud View Post
    Funny correlation there, huh?

    I'm pretty sure those are all in support of Dear Leader.
    Yeah, turns out there was a Support Your Local Law Man Rally in the Bozone last night.

    Not against that sentiment myself but it also does not mean what many of them think it means.
    I have been in this State for 30 years and I am willing to admit that I am part of the problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bunion 2020 View Post
    Yeah, turns out there was a Support Your Local Law Man Rally in the Bozone last night.

    Not against that sentiment myself but it also does not mean what many of them think it means.
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    Can anyone recommend a Bozeman person to build a small pergola? Quickly, before my south facing porch is abandoned to the sweltering heat and sun exposure. Thanks.

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    By the time you get it done the need will be gone until next August.
    I have been in this State for 30 years and I am willing to admit that I am part of the problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RootSkier View Post
    Fuckin' yikes: https://montanafreepress.org/2020/07...ovid-19-cases/

    The construction site of a $400 million luxury resort in Big Sky has led to at least 116 COVID-19 cases in July, public health officials confirmed to Montana Free Press.

    The outbreak is one of the largest in the state. It is also unique in that the outbreak affects workers traveling to work in the community from outside of Gallatin and Madison counties, where Big Sky is located.

    ....

    After a worker on the job site tested positive for COVID-19, Suffolk implemented its own testing regimen beginning July 8, the company said in a statement. The company said it did so in order to ensure worker safety and to help preserve limited local resources.

    “Everyone who tested positive for COVID-19 were asymptomatic and passed a temperature test prior to testing positive. All individuals who tested positive were sent home and asked to self-isolate per Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines,” the company said in a statement.

    At first, the positivity rate at the site was over 20%, Kelley said.
    weez uh comin inta yo place to giv u some special cabling and a new windy......weez folowin all kinds o virus safeguards fo ur protection......thanks, but no, now please fuk off

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    Quote Originally Posted by concretejungle View Post
    Can anyone recommend a Bozeman person to build a small pergola? Quickly, before my south facing porch is abandoned to the sweltering heat and sun exposure. Thanks.
    I've got a pergola that you can have for a six pack or two. I'll help you disassemble it while we drink the beer.

    Bunion's right, though, the need is going to pass sooner than later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by idahospud View Post
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    I laughed.

    Quote Originally Posted by concretejungle View Post
    Can anyone recommend a Bozeman person to build a small pergola? Quickly, before my south facing porch is abandoned to the sweltering heat and sun exposure. Thanks.
    Not sure how many of you knew this, but you ought to see Bunion's carpentry skills... I have my own plans to load him up with beer and try to get some cheap labor out of him.

    By the way, what happened to the finger mustache icon!?
    Click here to increase your vocabulary.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RTR View Post

    By the way, what happened to the finger mustache icon!?


    Not sure how many of you knew this, but you ought to see Bunion's carpentry skills... I have my own plans to load him up with beer and try to get some cheap labor out of him.
    Bunion's carpentry skills on proud display.

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    I had a lot of help on the penalty box, Merik (RIP) and JonE (now @ BB) were instrumental in taking what was a flat roofed shitbox and making it the palatial palace it currently is.
    I have been in this State for 30 years and I am willing to admit that I am part of the problem.

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    Is that all pan decking?

    I was just at our local landfill Friday and saw a couple of strapped full bundles in the pile. I instantly thought I could use them for something but didn't have a crane handy to drop them on my trailer.

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    No, the original bottom terminal of the tram came with all kinds of shaped corrugated sheet metal, siding, roofing panels and the L sections to join it all. For whatever reason that was never added, there was a shit load at the BS Boneyard. For all I know there are still some bundles left.

    Just got off of Cottonwood after 9 holes of great entertainment. Last hole it must have been blowing 45 mph and raining cats and dogs.
    I have been in this State for 30 years and I am willing to admit that I am part of the problem.

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    Seems like a pretty good place to drop this...

    So anyone have a recommended shop up yonder for Subarus? We're sending our decrepit old Outback up with the kids for the fall term at MSU and could use a good shop for... you know - old-ass Subaru issues.

    TIA

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    2012 SW Montana Conditions, Stoke and Whatev Thread

    RMS Subaru has done me and my old ass Subaru right.

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    2012 SW Montana Conditions, Stoke and Whatev Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by skaredshtles View Post
    Seems like a pretty good place to drop this...

    So anyone have a recommended shop up yonder for Subarus? We're sending our decrepit old Outback up with the kids for the fall term at MSU and could use a good shop for... you know - old-ass Subaru issues.

    TIA
    https://www.avalancheautorepair.com

    Avalanche Auto Repair in Four Corners always treats me right. One man shop. Support your local ski bum. He specializes in old Subarus.


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    Can also recommend Wayd at RMS . He's kept my wife's '98 Forester with 250,000+ miles rolling for a long time.
    Buy the ticket...take the ride.

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    Thanks, gents. I will def drop it at one of those joints when we get it up there...

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    It's heckin hot out.





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    I think the potato gun proved the stability.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ODHGABFE View Post
    It's heckin hot out.





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    Strong work. Very strong work. Not sure if I will ever be that motivated for mid summer turns again.

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    Anyone happen to be riding Lionhead on Saturday morning? Looking to finally check that off the box and my summer is filling up fast. Have to head to CO for some work stuff and figured I could hit that on the way down. Don't want to ride it solo though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ODHGABFE View Post
    It's heckin hot out.





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    That looks awesome! Nice work.
    Theres something special about a thousand feet of skiing to green wildflower meadows and kettle lakes. Stoked there wasnt a fricken mtn bike in any of those pics.

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    I got a glimmer of hope for next ski season at Big Sky while biking the resort with my 14 yo yesterday. Not a whiff of casualness about masking and distancing around the resort or among the employees. Signs and free masks everywhere, and looked to be about 99% compliance (far cry from places like Paws Up). As far as loading chairs, the lifties were leaving it up to people to "have a conversation" and decide if they wanted to ride with strangers, but they won't pair you up if you prefer to ride alone. We rode Ram8 twice with an employee of JHMR who had drove up in the morning and was super psyched on the mountain and the biking. Masks on, opposite ends of the chair, etc. Did not feel unsafe at any point during the day (we rode the shuttle bus from the town center wearing double masks, no joke!). Obviously a minuscule crowd compared to ski season, but at least BS is pretty much on point IMO. Also they have apparently been running the tram on weekends at about half capacity.

    My daughter's first Mountain to Meadow was great--damn I forgot how tight and exposed a couple of those switchbacks near the end are, but I saw them through fresh eyes with her along. Snake Charmer at the top is awesome too, one of the best trails there. WRG thanks for the rec on Otter Slide, well worth pedaling over to it. Fun day.

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    Yeahman!

    Otter Slide is kind of a secret it seems. Even when Swifty is running no one seems to go over there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yeahman View Post
    Also they have apparently been running the tram on weekends at about half capacity.
    Private groups only. Max 6 per group. $600 per ride. Boyne is making a shitload of money off this.

    Expect this same business model this winter.



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