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    Was the Crazy Horse monument ever finished?.....Knowing I could just google it

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    Quote Originally Posted by NZ Indicator View Post
    Why let that spoil all that is good in MT?


    If I lived there, which I wish was possible, the political atmosphere there would be the last thing I would be concerned with.



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    I'm not going anywhere Joe, I love it here even with the pesky gun toting screwballs. I just watch what say it, if I say anything political it's about as diplomatic as I can get.

    Steven, there isn't a brookie in Wisconsin that comes close to these guys except for the coasters.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Steven View Post
    This. I've been to the Bighorn, although it was now like 10 years or so ago - maybe longer. I don't remember the drive being all that pretty.

    What? Wait... what?

    Next time I'm over there I'll take some photos.


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    I misread, I saw Bighorn and thought Big hole. A world of difference.


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    Montana and Colorado are very similar in that the West part of the state is beautiful and the furthest Eastern part is basically Kansas or North Dakota. It's pretty in its own way and has its thing, but not someplace you'd want to live.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goldenladle View Post
    Next time I'm over there I'll take some photos.
    Or you can find them online via google.

    I was there once also when I was fishing the Bighorn River. I agree with Steve...wasn't anything exciting or memorable to see.

    The most exciting thing there, besides the fish and fishing, were watching 2 drunk Indians duking it out on the bank of the river while we were fishing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NZ Indicator View Post
    Or you can find them online via google.

    I was there once also when I was fishing the Bighorn River. I agree with Steve...wasn't anything exciting or memorable to see.

    The most exciting thing there, besides the fish and fishing, were watching 2 drunk Indians duking it out on the bank of the river while we were fishing.
    You're talking about the Bighorn, I'm talking about the Bighole, big difference. The Bighole is surounded by the Beaverhead/Deerlodge to the east and the Bitterroots to the west. Definitely more scenic than the Bighorn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NZ Indicator View Post
    The most exciting thing there, besides the fish and fishing, were watching 2 drunk Indians duking it out on the bank of the river while we were fishing.
    Gas station or wampum?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goldenladle View Post
    I misread, I saw Bighorn and thought Big hole. A world of difference.
    One is a river and one is Brian D's mom.

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