Monthly Archives: January 2011

Significance Of The Voice Of MV a.k.a. Satan One Of Three Parts

Riders On The Storm Into This House We’re Born Into This World We’re Thrown Like A Dog Without A Bone An Actor Out On Loan With this post I will try to explain the significance of the dialogue that occurs … Continue reading

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Glacier Rain Bicycling–MV At His Best

Going To The Sun Road Glacier National Park June ’72 I was already wet and cold, and peddling in the rain was all I had to look forward too. I felt terrible. I thought to myself, “Why didn’t those assholes … Continue reading

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Biking Glacier Park No Magic Here

Abandoned Ranger’s Cabin In The Rain Under My Space Blanket June 12 The biking wasn’t bad; the sun was shining and the mountains were beautiful, even if dark clouds covered their peaks. I was biking along Lake McDonald in the … Continue reading

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Biking Montana’s Flathead Lake

After A Cold Bath In Flathead Lake June 11 ’72 Its been raining all week. The afternoons always end up in thunderstorms. I can’t get a full day of biking in (except for yesterday when I peddled over a hundred … Continue reading

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Awesome Highway Tears–A Love Supreme

Bozeman Restaurant June 8 It was early afternoon when I finally left Nature’s gift to cleanliness and aching muscles. Biking was great. A lot of it was downhill. The North Entrance to Yellowstone was absolutely gorgeous. Shoshone Canyon was on … Continue reading

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Aches And Pains Begone–Soaking In A Hot Spring

  Yellowstone Mineral Hot Spring June 6 I checked out Mammoth Hot Springs (in north Yellowstone), and although it was very beautiful with its rust and sulfur colors spread across the basin, the novelty of geysers and mudpots had worn … Continue reading

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Camping Bliss Yellowstone

Gibbon River June Once off the mountain, I found a campsite close to the overflow of the Gibbon River. I walked my bike back into the woods, and after I set up my camp, I found out that I wasn’t … Continue reading

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