yes missoula is a very kind place. lol And the Photos are of the Beauitful Lochsa!! river level was pretty low 2.5 ft on the bridge gauge April 10... and it was my little bro's first time on a river board!! and those…"
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"Helmet on backwards? I would have died laughing...and yet how terribly endearing. It sounds like you were a great sport about it! I'm rather surprised that didn't land you a first date. Believe it or not,…"
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Hi there, Rob! Yes, I'm on Facebook. You'll find me under Elisia Dorkette. Caveat: That's really not my last name; it's a bit of an inside joke.
You bet I've heard of Horsetooth reservoir! I hiked around that area over the summer months. If you ever find yourself in the area, let's run Poudre river. I'm planning on getting a new rip board next month. : )
yes missoula is a very kind place. lol And the Photos are of the Beauitful Lochsa!! river level was pretty low 2.5 ft on the bridge gauge April 10... and it was my little bro's first time on a river board!! and those puppys were crap inflatables...hahaha it was a great day on the river though! so i've never heard of the round up on the blackfoot.. when does that take place? is mike johnston involved in that from MRG?Delete Comment
Yeah, it looked like Lochsa! Dragging your little bro to the Lochsa..you're such a bad influence! I love it! :soft laugh: What shocked me is that you took inflatables down the Lochsa. I bought my first board from a kayak outfit on Highway 93. When I asked one of the guides about taking it down the Lochsa, he told me he wouldn't dream of it, and would only use ripboards. I was rather surprised to learn of the level as early as 4.10.10.
"Round Up" is actually a section of class III rapids on the Blackfoot; that's where I first learned to riverboard. I had a wild time, fell in love with it, and never looked back. I'm buying a new ripboard in a couple of weeks, and I can't wait! :batting eyelashes:
I really miss the pristine, tranquil beauty of western Montana. Whenever we went riverboarding, we would pass so many cars with out of state license plates, and I remember thinking, "Gosh...people drive for hundreds of miles to touch what we are privileged to experience every day." I loved MT so much I actually named my first dog Montana. : ) Please keep me posted on any Montana news. Oh yeah. If you get a chance, please go to the Mustard Seed, order a salad with ginger dressing and a Teriyaki Chicken bowl for me. : ) I'll enjoy it vicariously through you. :soft laugh:
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