I'm not much of a typer so heres some picks with limited info
bighorns / let me start by saying i have a nack for bringing rain where ever i go.
little moose in the BH mt.
Yellowstone some thermal springs
Im sure most can figure out what this is
then since its spring id do the flower thing as well
O did i mention theres bison in yellowstone?
theres some waterfalls as well
i think i mentioned bison right? there every were
Im sure i told ya about the rain though
O and waterfalls agian
Tree shot for dave
I love the motor home on this shot
Then in Idaho it rained every day at 5pm.
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Did you go to the Saint Anthony sand dunes? I always wanted to go to them, more so when I had the toy hauler and sand rail.
The dunes out there are absolutely insane. Ive only been to the Oregon dunes before and theres just no comparison, its like trying to compare a kidde pool to a Olympic pool and saying there both just water. Its defiantly a place for the sand rails never seen so many in one place. I still need to check out glamis before i can say i think its the best but i dont see how it could be better.
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I have to comment on the motorhome shot - Photoshop?
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so did you eat some buffalo? it tastes soo good
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Mmmm... buffalo does taste good, exceptionally good after setting in a 2-3 hour traffic jam caused by them (ok more by the idiot mass's driving there cars).
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Buffalo burgers for everyone!GrizzlyGuy wrote:Nice shots! I need to get out there and see the place before its supervolcano explodes and ends the world as we know it.
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