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Looking at a beautiful sunrise and big blue skies this morning it is hard to imagine that Mo and I were snow biking in a blizzard just 13 hours ago. New excitement filled my body as I sipped my coffee and looked out over the Bridger Range. Today we are headed to the Madison Range for some tele skiing and a cabin stay. As I stood there in my window looking at the new snow on the range there was a huge rescue going on. Six people became trapped yesterday just below Sacajawea Peak. 25 search and rescue workers struggled with heavy snow, avalanche conditions, and crappy communications for like 13 hours to find them. And now as I sipped my bean juice and strained my eyes to pick out the peak I wondered if someday I would be stuck out there somewhere. Those people now trying to stay warm on this beautiful morning. Up there about 2 hours away from being rescued. They never did … I imagine … think they would be stuck up there.

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