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Deke and Jessica on Mt. Jumbo with Missoula in the background.



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Member Since: 1/3/2009

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Keep up with my husband!

Get to a single-digit jeans size.

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I am starting over as many times as it takes!!!!!

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Living in Missoula, MT.

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I love geocaching, National Parks, hiking, camping, rock art, geology, all kinds of music....

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MT-MOONCHASER
12/24/2011 10:58:28 PM

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JBIEHL57
9/3/2011 1:09:20 PM

Hi! I just read a post you made on how to stay motivated. I am a teacher too and all of your ideas made sense. Thanks for the new ideas and for the posting. Keep moving on your journey :-)



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MT-MOONCHASER
8/21/2011 5:28:24 PM

HI!! -- I see some activity on your feed this week. It's good to see you here!

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MT-MOONCHASER
2/15/2011 10:00:43 PM

I think we topped out with gusts about 50 mph. Sort of tolerable. Steady winds in the 35 mph range. I was upstairs and could feel the house shake when the 50 mph gusts hit. We are on gumbo here and a truck driving by will make the house shake noticeably, so I pretty much ignore it. Of course having to go outside wasn't real pleasant. The winds at least melted snow, of course leaving lots of slush. So far I haven't gotten stuck in it. It has cooled off a bit at night which keeps the snow from melting so fast, which is good. We still have lots of piles all over...


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NIKNAKPATTYMAC
1/30/2011 12:39:34 PM

Hey Jessica, If you like to hike in the winter, you should join our women's hiking club. It's called Dirt Girls and we hike every Tuesday evening-- October through April (come rain, shine, blizzard, and 10F temps). If you've heard of the group then maybe you've hiked with the group and we just haven't been there on the same evenings. Depending on the weather and terrain, some use cc ski's, some snow shoes, and some yak trax. We hike Jumbo, Rattlesnake, Blue Mountain, Pattee, etc. etc. Then, in February, we hike/ski/shoe up to Garnet Ghost town and spend the night in the primitive cabins. Google Dirt Girls and see if it's something you'd be interested in. (PS Garnet trip is full this year, but they are hiking the Ravine Trail out of Grant Creek over the top to Sawmill this Tuesday, Feb 1.) Hope to hear from you. Patty emoticon



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