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Old 03-08-2012, 01:51 PM   #71
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Pick me up after Barbara, that way we only have to duck across the border once...The Montana Border Patrol is coming out of hibernation...
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And I guess that means I am hiking across the Rockies alone?

I'll have to hitch a ride with this guy - Our Mountain Goats are probably the best guides in the region !
James and I (aka: Helga the Mighty Viking Queen and James Moses the Pirate) will not need the help of the Mountain Goat Guides and will have no trouble getting past the Montana Border Patrol!
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Old 03-08-2012, 02:24 PM   #72
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James and I (aka: Helga the Mighty Viking Queen and James Moses the Pirate) will not need the help of the Mountain Goat Guides and will have no trouble getting past the Montana Border Patrol!

But if you get lost the goat becomes dinner...
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Old 03-08-2012, 02:27 PM   #73
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But if you get lost the goat becomes dinner...
If we require the services of the Mountain Goat Guides, it will be to show us to the nearest steak house or Mexican restaurant!
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Old 03-08-2012, 02:51 PM   #74
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And I guess that means I am hiking across the Rockies alone?

I'll have to hitch a ride with this guy - Our Mountain Goats are probably the best guides in the region !
No, No...we are heading to BC first then over to Alix's. We need to be sure we have enough bod...er people if we get stuck in the Rockies.
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If we require the services of the Mountain Goat Guides, it will be to show us to the nearest steak house or Mexican restaurant!
We even have goats who live on a Farm Market Roof! I am sure you could find some food there. Only trouble is you would be REALLY LOST because they are on Vancouver Island - Opposite side of the province totally from Alberta!
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No, No...we are heading to BC first then over to Alix's. We need to be sure we have enough bod...er people if we get stuck in the Rockies.
Remember, I am not much good in the getting unstuck part - but I could use my cane to "encourage" the rest of you! I think I am better off with the goats....no offense but I will meet you there!
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Looks lovely MM! I can just imagine dunking the buttermilk biscuits into the poached eggs........mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm:)



Now that is a whopper!!! That sausage would certainly keep you going for a while:) Thanks for posting.
Thank you JJUK. I love dipping eggs!!

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No, No...we are heading to BC first then over to Alix's. We need to be sure we have enough bod...er people if we get stuck in the Rockies.
UMMMMMMMMMMMM HMMMMMMMMMMM I may need to rethink this.
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Fish tacos. Wrong post, that's Thursday. Tuesday was husband's birthday, and it was My Cousin Joanna's New Mexico Green Chili Stew. It was yummy, and gallons of it disappeared.
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Old 03-08-2012, 03:37 PM   #80
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We even have goats who live on a Farm Market Roof! I am sure you could find some food there. Only trouble is you would be REALLY LOST because they are on Vancouver Island - Opposite side of the province totally from Alberta!
Well if anyone can do it, we can!

Loved the article about the goats!
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