Any one from Montana

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  • #53565

    razr
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    razr is here……Monarch Mt.

    #53566

    razr
    Member

    Would love to hear from Montana preppers……razr…..AKA connieb@3rivers.net 🙂 🙂

    #53567

    mtcarl
    Member

    mtcarl here……..
    Do we from Great Falls, Helena and around the area –Want to meet….
    To figure out how to contact and support groups in the area?
    Radio channels, skill swaps and other types of information that is needed……

    If so….. we can set up communications….mtcarl

    #53568

    razr
    Member

    I would be very interested in learning from others….I have only been prepping for a year so am a newbie…..and I am old but still have a good brain….razr

    #53569

    Desert Fox
    Member

    Hello from the Hi Line.Retired vet of almost 20 years in.I do a lot of RV travel now so I’m not always in Montana.

    #53570

    psimation
    Member

    Helena area here. Off grid in the Big Belts

    #53571

    Sixshooter
    Member

    We are here in Red Lodge, anyone out there close by????

    Sixshooter

    #53572

    USN80RM2
    Participant

    Here in Billings

    #53573

    Cattail56
    Member

    From the Billings area.

    #53574

    We are also in Billings. This board doesn’t seem all that active, but if anyone is interested in chatting about prepping, etc, feel free to contact jstrong1008@gmail.com Thanks!

    #53575

    Anyone in the Billings area (or other) interested in getting together this spring?

    #53576

    psimation
    Member

    Helena area. 4500ft In the Big Belts.

    #53577

    WyoDutch
    Member

    I do some shopping up in Billings at Costco and Sams. Bought my pickup at RimRock GMC. Have lunch once in a while at Jake’s. I appreciate not having to pay sales tax.

    I enjoy going to Billings once in a while, but at the end of the day… prefer home sweet home in the Bighorn Basin.

    Factoid: The Bighorn Basin is a plateau region and intermontane basin, approximately 100 miles (160 km) wide, in north-central Wyoming in the United States. It is bounded by the Absaroka Range on the west, the Bighorn Mountains on the east, and the Owl Creek Mountains and Bridger Mountains on the south. It is drained to the north by tributaries of the Bighorn River, which enters the basin from the south, through a gap between the Owl Creek and Bridger Mountains, as the Wind River, and becomes the Bighorn as it enters the basin. The region is semi-arid, receiving only 6–10 in (15–25 cm) of rain annually.

    #53578

    Broncs
    Member

    Joe you can count me in for whenever! I’m just outside Billings by 30 or so miles.

    #53579

    debnmike
    Member

    In Kalispell, newbie to prepping

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