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MIKE HALL, Adventure Sports, Travel, Backcountry, Avalanche, Snowmobile, Snowmobiling, Snowboard, Snowboarding, Sledboarding, Winter Fat Tire Mountain Biking, Mountain Biking, Ski Patrol, Motorcycle, BMW Adventure Motorcycling, Montana, Colorado, Wyoming, Oregon, Utah, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Jackman, Maine

Monday, May 05, 2008

Wyoming in May

The new helmet protecting the new face hardware.
The view from the cockpit of the Wyoming snowscape.
Natures art.
Sidehilling in the fresh pow, making my own trail.

Sled meets tree.
30 minutes later, sled is free and tree is slightly trimmed. That is why you should carry a shovel and folding wood saw.
A sweet 60 MPH wind.The snow was deep for May 2nd.
One of the local Wyoming guys I rode with on Saturday catching some air.

12,000 foot ridge.

With the Snowy Mountains in the mirror, I was heading home on Saturday, May 2, after riding all day. This was a good Wyoming sled adventure.

I left home Wed. night , sledded Thur., Fri. and Sat.. Got home Sun morning by noon, 2100 round trip miles later. In those 4 days in the mountains there was a blizzard that dumped about 18 - 22 inches of snow with winds up to 70 MPH. Good times!!