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Wyoming ride #8718 07/24/06 09:55 PM
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Yesterday my son-in-law, grandson and I rode in the Beartooth Mountains of Wyoming. We rode the Sulfer Creek and Sunlight Creek trails. A total of 47 miles. Great ride! For the photostory click on http://tracynconnie.photosite.com/sunlight2006/#

Click on "view slideshow" for the best viewing.


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Re: Wyoming ride #8719 07/24/06 10:06 PM
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Very beautiful pics Tracy. Nice to see the XT in action crossing that river. At least you didn't ask a squirrel to take the pics of you !
Snow! - what was the elevation of that area ?
I like to watch it through the slideshow, it's very nice. Thanks for sharing.
p.s. You don't know how much I'm jealous of you riding in these places.

Jon


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Re: Wyoming ride #8720 07/24/06 10:06 PM
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Tracy,

Thanks for the preview of our September rides.


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Originally posted by Montana Tracy:
Yesterday my son-in-law, grandson and I rode in the Beartooth Mountains of Wyoming. We rode the Sulfer Creek and Sunlight Creek trails. A total of 47 miles. Great ride! For the photostory click on http://tracynconnie.photosite.com/sunlight2006/#

Click on "view slideshow" for the best viewing.


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Re: Wyoming ride #8721 07/24/06 10:06 PM
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Holy Cow! What an adventure! There sure isn't anything like that down here on the gulf coast.


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Re: Wyoming ride #8722 07/24/06 10:14 PM
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Tracy, that's great super nice slide show. And of course great ride


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Re: Wyoming ride #8723 07/24/06 10:23 PM
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Excellent pics Tracy, what a great ride. You sure have some beautiful country up your way. I could practically smell the warm grass, trees and wildflowers.


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Re: Wyoming ride #8724 07/24/06 10:23 PM
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Jon, From your postings, it doesn't seem like you lack for beautiful places to ride.

I forgot to mention that we saw a moose. He ran right in front of us on the trail and disappeared into the trees. This is noted Grizzly bear country but we did not sight any.

We were stopped from going higher because of the snow at 9250'.

[ July 24, 2006: Message edited by: Montana Tracy ]


Best Regards, Tracy

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Re: Wyoming ride #8725 07/24/06 10:27 PM
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Tracy,

How does that go? WeeeeeeeHaaaaaa!

Thanks or posting.

Mike

Re: Wyoming ride #8726 07/25/06 01:09 AM
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Tracy - I'm stoked man. Great pictures of cool trails. Especially in the water. Snow in July. Go figure. Thanks much for stopping and taking the pictures so we could ride with you.


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Re: Wyoming ride #8727 07/25/06 01:23 AM
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Tracy,

I can only dream looking at the pics.
Beautiful country and perfect setting for this type of ride.
I see you get a guinea pig to cross the creek first, Eh?
The smallest bike... You go first!

How the TTR125 doing compared to the XT?
Any jetting required for snow elevation for the TTR?

Thanks for sharing

Milano


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