mrbb, would love to be able to share it, holy cow it's a long ways from PA to MT!!!!!! I understand, I guess you'll have to live vicariously through our phots
Problem is, our riding season is unbelievably short. Trails don't open til June 16th and we're stating to get snow sometimes latter part of September, Trails shut down around the end of October but to get caught up in the Mountains on some of these trails when they are wet is well.........butt puckering to say the least. They're awesome when they're dry not so much when wet or snow covered.
I have been out your way a few times over the yrs, spent a bunch of time's
from Glacier National Park area, Bozeman, and into Cooke CIty, and the west entrance of Yellow stone Park
I have also been snowmobiling out west, in places in MT like Cooke City, and down from there to Pinedale WY, along the Continental divide
the scenery is also outstanding in winter time as it is in summer and fall, and spring!
each has its perks of things to see!
have to admit I like the color changes of fall best!
I been lucky I been able to travel a lot over the yrs, in many ways, been able to ride atv' and motorcycles snowmobiles and 4x4 trucks and jeeps in a lot of cool places across the lower 48 and Alaska and into many parts Canada,
almost all make me wish I could go back for more seat time there
its funny how we can take for granted things so easy!