JEREMY / HI54LOFI
"This Isn't a Competition, It's a Collaboration"
THE QUICK PITCH:
"I'm the guy that started up this 95EH thing and I also run another site called HI54.BLOG. I'm a big fan of DIY and collaboration and the internet and all the things that are possible to do when you combine those things together at just the right ratio.
If you would like to get in touch with me about working with me on one of my projects, or hiring me for something else, or just a general sending of high fives & wtf are you talking abouts—you can reach out to me via the power of email or you can also find me on Twitter / Instagram / Facebook if you do those things and would prefer to say hello over there."
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Added bonus: when people ask where you are going / where you've been, you can re-enact that old Budweiser commercial with a "Wassssaaaaap". And that's always fun, right?
If you ever find yourself looking for a way to spend the day that doesn't involve anything too strenuous (maybe your dad has a bum knee too?) or if you just want to walk around pretending you're a character in Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman, hit up Fort Steele.
Located 30 minutes drive from Kimberley center lies the picturesque St. Mary Lake. And it's a drive that's well worth making.
At first, I thought I had totally come up with this idea all on my own, but now I'm not so sure.
Possibly the greatest thing of all the great things about Rails To Trails is that the grades are mostly under 2%. Which is another way of saying that there isn't any really steep hills to attempt to peddle up and then realize you're too out of shape to peddle up so you have to get off and push your bike like a failure.
Some things pretty much name themselves.
"Since it's pretty easy to find and even has an official parking lot & signage, you're going to want to get there early in the day to beat the rush of other people. Unless you like other people, then I guess go anytime during the day."
Now, I'm not saying that you're guaranteed to see a bear if you do the hike yourself, as we've only done this hike once, but… 100% OF THE TIMES WE'VE DONE THIS HIKE WE'VE SEEN A BEAR.
Much like the local bears now rolling out of their BEAR HOLES after an extended hibernation (or wherever it is bears sleep), 95EH is now slowly rolling out of its 95EH HOLE.
Whenever there is a clear sky in the forecast, a trip to Sunflower Hill should definitely be near the top of your list of possible things to do for that clear sky day.
If you would like to get your local business listed in the 95EH Business Directory or WOULD just BE INTERESTED IN CONTRIBUTING / COLLABORATING ON SOMETHING 95EH, PLEASE FEEL FREE TO send a "hey!" to: