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the jackson store seems just OK

the buffalo gal site seems to have the best deal for your $$$

as far as that other site you just listed, its nice and all, but i'm looking to buy bison that i can cook or grill myself

i will definitely try & post pics of my finished 'work' when i finally order & cook some

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I am back from my trip to South Dakota. We went to see Mt. Rushmore and the Sylvan Lake (these two were in the National Treasure II movie). We also hiked Devil's Tower and had lunch with the devil himself. My crazy friend decided to go off the designated trail and climb the tower, we went about as high as you can go and started to go around the tower. It was SOO scary and there were some close calls we both had. There was snow on the rocks and we both thought about sleeping between the rocks and start our way down the next day since we both got ourselves in a rut-we were climbing at night and we couldn't see jack! Thankfully the moon gave us some light and he had this flashlight with him. I was honestly terrified, I really thought this was it for us. I can't describe to you how Relieved I am to finally be in my place and type on this computer.

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wyokie wrote:
jhb3043 wrote:speaking of Jackson Hole:
I've been there. The meat is excellent.
You are a sick man... [-X

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BigWave96744 wrote:
wyokie wrote:
jhb3043 wrote:speaking of Jackson Hole:
I've been there. The meat is excellent.
You are a sick man... [-X
I was talking about buffalo meat.

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wyokie wrote:
BigWave96744 wrote:
wyokie wrote: I've been there. The meat is excellent.
You are a sick man... [-X
I was talking about buffalo meat.
Yeah, that makes it sound better. :o :-
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Hey poke, you still never answered my question. Where are Brokeback Mountains located?

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uhwarrior23 wrote:Hey poke, you still never answered my question. Where are Brokeback Mountains located?
I did answer your quetion!!!!

THERE IS NO SUCH MOUNTAINS IN WYOMING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :evil: :evil: :evil: :evil: :evil:

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8 months since this thread was updated..
I guess folks don't have any more questions, huh..

BTW today is the 141st anniversary of Wyoming becoming a Territory of the US

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BigWave96744 wrote:BTW today is the 141st anniversary of Wyoming becoming a Territory of the US
I'm impressed! :o Not many knows that. Wyoming Territory was the first modern government that allow the franchise (voting) to women.

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BigWave96744 wrote:8 months since this thread was updated..
I guess folks don't have any more questions, huh..
BTW today is the 141st anniversary of Wyoming becoming a Territory of the US
well, its been 18 pages already.

and Wyokie has a habit of answering questions that arent asked. (not that that's necessarily a bad thing. he does have some interesting facts.)

and im surprised you beat our resident historian to the punch.
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xer 21 wrote:
BigWave96744 wrote:8 months since this thread was updated..
I guess folks don't have any more questions, huh..
BTW today is the 141st anniversary of Wyoming becoming a Territory of the US
well, its been 18 pages already.

and Wyokie has a habit of answering questions that arent asked. (not that that's necessarily a bad thing. he does have some interesting facts.)

and im surprised you beat our resident historian to the punch.
Thanks. :D I love Wyoming and it's history. Aside from Hawaii, it has the most enjoyable history to read about. Can not get into reading about Oklahoma's history. It's like trying to read swahili.

I'm speechless BigWave knew about Wyoming's 141th Anniversary of becoming a territory.

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Did ya guys know that after the movie Brokeback Mountain aired it caused a mass exodus of its citizens, thus wyoming now has the smallest population in the entire United States of America... and their state motto is "Equal Rights"...LMAO...

one other thing, have you ever participated in one of these??? Its called a "Gay Rodeo", seems to be popular in those parts...

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IPatentllo7o1 wrote:Did ya guys know that after the movie Brokeback Mountain aired it caused a mass exodus of its citizens, thus wyoming now has the smallest population in the entire United States of America... and their state motto is "Equal Rights"...LMAO...

one other thing, have you ever participated in one of these??? Its called a "Gay Rodeo", seems to be popular in those parts...

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Oh snap!!!!!!! Fricking hilarious!!!!!! :lol: :rofl: :tv: Poor poke, lol.

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You people have no lives. :roll:

Even before that stupid movie came out, Wyoming had the lowest population in the country!

BTW, Wyoming is gaining population with people coming in for jobs. Pinedale had a huge population explosion lately. The town has been giving away jobs without having to go thru an interview process!

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oh, was Pinedale where Brokeback Mountain was filmed... that might explain it... its officially become the next SF, pack your bags and flags, and move to Pinedale...

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