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Old 02-12-2018, 11:33 AM
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Originally Posted by fordguy2100 View Post
Lol Itd always funny when someone from the Midwest/south goes out west for the first time.... that's what real mountains are lol
I grew up in southwest Louisiana, about 30 miles from the coast; elevation 12'. A cow pattie looks like a mountain to me!
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Old 02-12-2018, 11:57 AM
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Originally Posted by speeddemon0712 View Post
WOW!!! Those pictures are stunning!
Thanks! Mother Nature (and getting up early) did most of the heavy lifting. It's beautiful out there.

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I grew up in southwest Louisiana, about 30 miles from the coast; elevation 12'. A cow pattie looks like a mountain to me!
Ha!
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Mountains are just the coolest dang things. I grew up in Colorado, but now live in CT. Miss the mountains every single day.
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Haha, for sure. We try to get out to Wyoming and Grand Tetons every year to spend some time in the mountains and get away from the Florida heat. Never got my truck out there, as we prefer to fly that amount of distance, but always rent something and have a great time taking photos:





I should mention I'm guilty of it too, I'm from Indiana LOL tallest mountains we have are during harvest season and a couple rows of corn have been taken down. My jaw was floored first time I flew out to Utah, absolutely gorgeous. I think I took more pics on the drive from the airport to my brothers house than I did all trip lol
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♪♪♪ Got a little mud on the tires today. ♪♪


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There's a truck in there? Cool action shot!!!!
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There's a truck in there? Cool action shot!!!!
Haha, thanks! It's somewhere in there! Well at least in this one you can sorta make out F-150 headlights :

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No after pictures, it never happened. How do we REALLY know that's your truck?
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Lol Itd always funny when someone from the Midwest/south goes out west for the first time.... that's what real mountains are lol
First time in the Rockies, I was 7. Been out there more times than I can count. Been out to CO to go Jeeping in the mountains, also to Moab.

Now days, I usually ride out every other summer to ride the Mountains. Beartooth pass is my favorite road in the USA for a Motorcycle. I like it so much when we ride out to Sturgis for the Rally, on the way home I take a 700 mile detour so I can ride the Pass.

My second favorite road is the Million Dollar Hwy, 550 from Durango to Ouray. I have rode my motorcycles over just about every paved pass in CO and WY.

When I retired from the Navy in 2001, I looked hard at three states, WY, CO and TN. CO wages were lower than TN, cost to live was higher. Similar with WY but less cost the CO. TN won, as it was way lower cost of living, higher wages, and no state income tax.

We have mountains, but nothing like the Rockies, we are only 5000~6500 feet.

Still lots of great 4 wheeling, and motorcycling.
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