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    Hello all you Idahoans out there. I am exceedingly pleased to report I am now one of you. That's right, I've moved from Dallas, TX to Boise, ID and I couldn't be happier about it.



    Right now the bike is still back in Dallas (along with the family), but they'll all be here soon.



    So, be prepared you long time residents, to help an Idaho newbie find the good places to ride.



    Reach out and let me know who you are.



    Thanks,

    Leslie (aka OakCliffThumper)

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    There is lots of good riding up in the mountains



    There are Idaho trail riding forums



    My brother lives up in Hayden lake in the pan handle



    Tater, Hopps, and you gots bussiness here boy

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    Idaho has some great riding--much better than Dallas.




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    Quote Originally Posted by OakCliffThumper View Post
    Hello all you Idahoans out there. I am exceedingly pleased to report I am now one of you. Reach out and let me know who you are.



    Thanks,

    Leslie (aka OakCliffThumper)


    Welcome and howdy O.C.T. (Leslie) to Idaho (full-time). Now we will have someone else to invite on some of our TW rides. Now that your a resident, you'll have to trade in your Bluebonnet flower photo's for....errr....sagebrush. At least down here in the valley. Giggle!



    Kris



    aka-Admiral. (Sent my mom a video of one of my rides. She said "Who's the Admiral"? Gotta tell her it's a nickname from work)

    Hidden Content A ride in the woods helps me relax and release tension. The fact I'm dragging a body should be entirely irrelevant?

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    Forest service maps are a good thing to have if you can pick some up, luckily theres a lot of FS land that can be ridden.



    Where will you be based?

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    I'm staying in Nampa for right now with my family. In December I'll be renting a house in Boise and that's probably where we'll be for the long term.

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    OCT. Welcome to Idaho. We have snow on the ground up here in the panhandle so riding will slow down for awhile.

    Wayne.

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