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Let me apologize to start.  I left my camera in my truck for about a month and the lense was dusty and smudge when I took the picture.  Should have cleaned it first.  They also came out grainy.  Think I left it on the wrong ISO setting because I was in a hurry.  If anyone would like the full images PM me.  They are about 6 megs each.








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Lucky to have such spectacular daily views
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very nice pics Helo ...........is that tree in the road or?
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Cool pics! Thunbs Up
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Just awesome... reminds me of driving thru Colorado.... I'll say one thing for you, your dirt roads are twice the shape that our paved roads over here!
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Thanks you for that. I love to see the country from where other people here are from.very nice.
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 Do you have to leave the "Prius" in 4 high for those roads?
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Great pics.......................what is this one shot through?


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Originally posted by RONK RONK wrote:

Dang you!


Big Smile  I just have a feeling that if we meet some day, you are going to hit me with a big stick.
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Originally posted by rifle looney rifle looney wrote:

very nice pics Helo ...........is that tree in the road or?


No, it is actually in the pasture.  That road crossed the irrigation ditch and then goes to the right of the tree.
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Originally posted by scooter65 scooter65 wrote:

Just awesome... reminds me of driving thru Colorado.... I'll say one thing for you, your dirt roads are twice the shape that our paved roads over here!


Montana doesn't do too bad with its roads.  But there are some paved ones that make a gravel road feel smooth.  Hopefully here soon I can get up in the mountains and show you what a real road looks like.
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Originally posted by silver silver wrote:

 Do you have to leave the "Prius" in 4 high for those roads?


Last prius I saw, I ran over.  And I even have the police report to prove it!!! Big Smile
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This is taken looking through one of the wheels on an irrigation wheel line.  I thought this was a cool pic.

Originally posted by tahqua tahqua wrote:

Great pics.......................what is this one shot through?


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Nice, Andrew!

The wife and I have been talking about maybe visiting Glacier Nat'l Park as a vacation.  I've only briefly been to parts of Montana, but I liked what little I saw!  You're very fortunate to live in such a beautiful place!
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Originally posted by RifleDude RifleDude wrote:

Nice, Andrew!

The wife and I have been talking about maybe visiting Glacier Nat'l Park as a vacation.  I've only briefly been to parts of Montana, but I liked what little I saw!  You're very fortunate to live in such a beautiful place!


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Originally posted by RifleDude RifleDude wrote:

Nice, Andrew!

The wife and I have been talking about maybe visiting Glacier Nat'l Park as a vacation.  I've only briefly been to parts of Montana, but I liked what little I saw!  You're very fortunate to live in such a beautiful place!


Glacier is absolutely amazing.  You could spend a month there and not run out of new things to see.  I think it is much better than Yellowstone myself.  There are some sweet hikes in Glacier.

If you do come out, make sure you let me know when.
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Originally posted by helo18 helo18 wrote:

This is taken looking through one of the wheels on an irrigation wheel line.  I thought this was a cool pic.

Originally posted by tahqua tahqua wrote:

Great pics.......................what is this one shot through?


Originally posted by helo18 helo18 wrote:








Kind of looks like your sitting in an old fighter plane looking forward through the site.  Neat pic.
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Originally posted by helo18 helo18 wrote:


Glacier is absolutely amazing.  You could spend a month there and not run out of new things to see.  I think it is much better than Yellowstone myself.  There are some sweet hikes in Glacier.

If you do come out, make sure you let me know when.
 
Will do, Andrew.  We've been tossing around the idea of maybe visiting the park next summer.  It looks beautiful from the pics!
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I think there should be a DoD test range in Montana.  I'm going to work on that.  
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Originally posted by Kickboxer Kickboxer wrote:

I think there should be a DoD test range in Montana.  I'm going to work on that.  


I am surprised there are not.  There are a lot of old military bases and areas around here.  With the Air Guard here and the Army Gaurd (helicopters) you would think they would have something around.  We do have missile based all over the place.  I have come across some hunting that I never knew where around.
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The Montana Test and Training Range (MTTR)... has a nice ring to it.  
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