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This is the view of where I am living for the summer.  It is 20 miles west of Bozeman, Montana.
 
This is looking east at the Bridger Mountains from the front deck.
 
Now looking south.
 
One of the moon coming up.
 
I had to shrink the size of that last photo, so I apologize for the poor quality.  I assure you the original is much better.
 
I will add more photos as I get some.  I should be flying the area in a couple weeks, so that should give me some really good pics to share.
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nice trampoline dru!
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a bit out of place huh,  Sad
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Still....Awesome back drop !!
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kinda looks like central wyoming, where i lived you would have mountains on 3 out of four sides but montana is still an awesome place no doubt.
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Is that why they call it Big Sky country!!!!   Wow one day I need to pay you a visit.    I live on the southwest slope of Double Oak Mountain (if you can call a 1100 ft hill a mountain) LOL
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Originally posted by Steelbenz Steelbenz wrote:

Is that why they call it Big Sky country!!!!   Wow one day I need to pay you a visit.    I live on the southwest slope of Double Oak Mountain (if you can call a 1100 ft hill a mountain) LOL
 
That is why they call it Big Sky Country.  And feel free to come visit at any time.  The feild elevation at the airport is 4774 feet.  Most of the mountain ranges hit at least 9000, and several top out over 11,000.  I am trying to arrange a weekend to take a bunch of people for a helo ride over the mountains in a couple weeks.
 
Pyro, it is kinda like central Wyoming.  Once I can get to the right spot, I will take a pic on eight points of the compass.  There are mountains in every direction within 30 miles.  I work right at the base of the Bridger Mountains.
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Andy, that's truly awesome!  I would love to live in a place like that, but alas, my chosen career field doesn't lend itself to it.  I envy you, man!
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heres some sceenery from my neck of the woods
 
 
 
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Awesome!  Looks like the top of Beartooth pass on the Wyoming side.
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Originally posted by RifleDude RifleDude wrote:

Andy, that's truly awesome!  I would love to live in a place like that, but alas, my chosen career field doesn't lend itself to it.  I envy you, man!
 
One word for you Ted.  Retirement!  Big%20Smile
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thats a picture of cook's lake  home of the world record golden trout, its in the wind river range
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can't say i have ever been there, but it looks so familiar.  I must have been somewhere that looks similar
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Here is what it looks from the back of my porch! Just kidding. Wink   I sure would not mind having the one Halo has!! Reminds me of Colorado. If I had to look at the pic below everyday I would just go ahead and shoot myself...Shoot%20Self


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 Ya made me laugh again Steph ........
 
      Excellent 
 
 


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Helo. Nice pic's. I would love to ramble around a place like that on a daily basis, but first I have got to get the beach house (hers) taken care of then to the hunting/roaming around aimlessly shooting place( mine). I truly admire your place brother.

 

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America has some great views and scenery. We all need to stop and smell the roses from time to time.
When you see pics like Stephanie posted, it makes one sit up and appreciate the outdoors.
We also have some places I would rather go shark diving then live there.
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Originally posted by 8shots 8shots wrote:

America has some great views and scenery. We all need to stop and smell the roses from time to time.
When you see pics like Stephanie posted, it makes one sit up and appreciate the outdoors.
We also have some places I would rather go shark diving then live there.
 
Really! I would rather poke my eyes out then to see that day in & day out. WhackoWhacko
 
 
I would love to wake up to this everyday.
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I've bathed in a lake that looked just like that.............brrrrrr
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If I had something like that I would bath in it everyday!
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Originally posted by Stephanie Stephanie wrote:

If I had something like that I would bath in it everyday!
 
How often do you bathe now, Steph?Loco
 
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Other then the shower is what I was trying to say.

 
Instead of taking it in the shower everyday. I would take it there. Hammer%20Hit
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Originally posted by Stephanie Stephanie wrote:

Other then the shower is what I was trying to say.

 
Instead of taking it in the shower everyday. I would take it there. Hammer%20Hit
 
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ShockedOH MY!!!!! T.M.I. T.M.I. LOL
 
Beautiful place Andy, you are lucky, very lucky. 
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I can only imagine the view when you go up in the helo.
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