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I'm new to the party but a lifetime resident of this good state. You'll find me somewhere on the Missouri between the big lakes.
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I grew up south of 94 and east of 281. Just east of the Sauerkraut Curtain. Currently living in the Sheyenne Valley. Glad to find another RoughRider.
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I paddled the Mighty Mo from Ft Benton, MT to Kipp Bridge which is 151 miles. The last 4 days we saw one other person flying a Cessna. The bighorn sheep were wild and did not even look up from grazing when we silently floated past.

We read the Journal of Lewis and Clark around the campfire at night. We camped in a lot of the same spots they did.
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