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Old 08-16-2008, 12:16 PM
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I just want to say that I just got home from a vacation on my bike. I left from Wisconsin and went to Montana to Wyoming and then back through the Blackhills and Badlands of S.Dakota, and let me say to all you that live in those states that it is beautiful country. I got to see land and animals (to many for me to name) that I wouldnt get to see around here. Going through the hills and mountains are some wonderful views. It would be wonderful to be able to hunt some of those areas, but its a totally different type of hunting than what Im used to(usually tree stands or making a drive trough the woods). I wouldnt know how to hunt the plains or the mountains. I plan to make another bike trip there next year. To all you that have never made it out there it is someplace that you should think about if you ever get the chance.
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Glad you enjoyed your trip.

Hopefully you rode the Bear Tooth hwy. this trip, if not make sure you see it next time through.
IIRC Charles Karault (SP) called it the "most scenic drive in America" I believe he was correct, but then I have not seen the entire country, and I beleive he meant the lower 48.
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