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    2017 Big Tires and Campfires Week - South Dakota, Montana, Idaho - and All Points In Between!

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    Folks! By overwhelming popular choice, the week formerly known as Bushwheels Awareness Week shall henceforth be known as "Big Tires and Campfires Week". Thanks to Paul Jackson of Minnesota for the winning entry, and thanks to everyone who submitted ideas!

    Here are the MAIN event lineups!

    Thursday, June 8 - Black Hills Clyde Ice Airport, Spearfish, SD. Welcome dinner and camping overnight at Eagle Aviation (Ray and Laura Jilek)

    Friday, June 9 - Sunday, June 11 - Missouri Breaks Fly In, Winifred MT - Click Here for More Details and to Register!

    Thursday, June 15 - Sunday, June 18 - The Johnson Creek Super Cub Fly In, Yellow Pine, ID - Click Here for More Details and to Register!

    There is likely to be some fun in-between The Breaks and Johnson Creek - stay tuned for more info!
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    Folks I am really please to announce that the Idaho Aviation Foundation will be the host of the Big Tires and Campfires week raffle! They will be sharing the proceeds of the raffle with a number of great groups supporting backcountry aviation!

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    Hey folks! One of the points in-between will be Lincoln MT, this in their local paper...

    Lincoln Airport Super Cub Fly-in

    On Sunday June 11, 2017, a group of www.supercub.org Super Cub and other type airplanes from across the nation plan to fly into Lincoln Airport as part of their annual Big Tires and Campfires Week for a joint BBQ with the Lincoln Hangar Owners and Pilots Association. While the BBQ is limited to the two groups, the public is invited to Lincoln Airport to see the unique Super Cub and other bush planes with their big tires and long props. The airport gate will be open between 1:00 PM and 4:00 PM for public access. Some pilots will be camping overnight at Lincoln Airport and then visiting the businesses and attractions in Lincoln.
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    It's on! Laura is planning the menu and getting ready for Thursday night here in Spearfish. Tentative plan is for supper about 6:00 pm Thursday depending on weather which as of now is forecast to be beautiful. Hope to see a bunch of you then. Holler if you have any questions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wefly4u View Post
    It's on! Laura is planning the menu and getting ready for Thursday night here in Spearfish. Tentative plan is for supper about 6:00 pm Thursday depending on weather which as of now is forecast to be beautiful. Hope to see a bunch of you then. Holler if you have any questions.

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    Yahoo! I have been telling everybody I know to go to Spearfish! We will see you on Thursday!

    Thanks, Ray & Laura!

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    YAY! This is coming quickly. Can't wait to head west. See you all there!
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    I will be there. Ready or not!
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    Nice night in spearfish! Thanks Ray and Laura!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cafi19 View Post
    YAY! Can't wait to head west.
    I hope I am reading this correctly, you are on a trip

    I sure wish I was there with you all.

    Eaton, Eddie- keep flying north and bring your fishing gear
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    George did you buy that Maule?

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    If you mean this one, yes!
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    I don't know where you've been me lad, but I see you won first Prize!
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    19 airplanes at Heller bottom. Awesome place!

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    Heller strip. Supercub doing a photo pass.

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    Bumpy flight home, but safe at home. Thanks to Ralph, SJ et al, and all the attendees at Winifred for great company.

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    Eat all? That is what we did! ☺️

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    Quote Originally Posted by SJ View Post
    Eat all? That is what we did! ☺️

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    I am sitting at home sweating meat out of my pores.

    The line up of the non hangar snobs Friday night. It was sunny, but blustery. Thanks Ralph for making this happen.
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    Summer in Idaho today, so besides packing shorts, dig out of storage some warm stuff for evenings and mornings in Johnson Creek. I haven't been there yet in June without frost in the morning. I'm looking forward to a great weekend that has been planed by Steve, Laura, and Wendy.
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    P.S. That was a PA-12 doing the photo pass over Heller Bottom. LIKE a supercub, only better!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SJ View Post
    Eat all? That is what we did! ☺️

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    Curse you, spell check.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by windy View Post
    P.S. That was a PA-12 doing the photo pass over Heller Bottom. LIKE a supercub, only better!
    Dreadful partisanship, my dear......

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    Hey, SJ When did you say we would receive our tickets for the bush tires? Haven't seen the photos in either of my email addresses. Just checking. chip D.

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    Chip, you should check your email spam box. I sent the numbers a few days ago. I will PM you info right now.

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    Steve, I received the PM. Thanks again.

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    Can I give my numbers to Laura? Maybe she can win a lesser prize when present.
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    Quote Originally Posted by robertc View Post
    I am sitting at home sweating meat out of my pores.

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    Summer in Idaho today, so besides packing shorts, dig out of storage some warm stuff for evenings and mornings in Johnson Creek. I haven't been there yet in June without frost in the morning. I'm looking forward to a great weekend that has been planed by Steve, Laura, and Wendy.
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    I will second the recommend to bring some warm layers.
    Christina and I pushed through to Smiley Creek last night. Beautiful place. Good size thunderstorm rolled through and got everything good and wet before temps dove well below freezing... Tent fly was solid this morning. Sun came up and made it all a funny memory. Summer in Idaho indeed.

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    The Northern route looks sporty this week!
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    Be safe!
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    Rode out the storms today at KBZN. Joe and I did the car Yellowstone tour today and ran into hail. Luckily, the planes were spared. There was 3 inches of sleet in one place on I-90. JC on Wednesday.
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    Rain in BZN today...forecast for an inch today, and well on the way so far.

    Hopefully this too shall pass soon so folks can proceed to proceed to JC.

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    Heading to BZN tomorrow. What's the preferred route to JC from there?


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    Quote Originally Posted by C130jake View Post
    Heading to BZN tomorrow. What's the preferred route to JC from there?


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    When you leave Bozeman, you can stay in the lower valleys by heading to Ennis, then Dillon, head south down Interstate 15 to Dubois, then up the valley to Flying Joseph, then Challis and over the top to Johnson creek. If it's clear and you are comfortable you can go direct over Salmon then on to Johnson Creek. If the mountains are obscured, then follow the first route I gave you, then when you get to Dubois, skirt south of the mountains to just east of Boise and then head north to Cascade then on to Johnson Creek. Mike Vivion(MTV) is from Bozeman and he may chime in with a better route but he charges more than I do for advice. The weather is improving here in Eastern Idaho, so you should have a good day.
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    Sun is out here in BZN. Some mtn. obscurantism, but looks to be a good morning, at least. Robert's directions are right on. Safe flights. PS: in BZN for fuel, go to self serve to save a few pennies.

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    Absolutely perfect in the Pocatello area, and as far as I can see over 100 miles in all directions.

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    In warm springs last night, beautiful flight over the sawtooth this morning for breakfast at smiley Creek. A bit bumpy at ridge top but otherwise spectacular with the fresh snow. Stanley is fogged in but smiley is wide open.

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    Unfortunately witnessed an incident this morning at Smiley Creek. C172 trying to take off and way over zealous on getting the nose up for "soft field"...tail skid was dragging on grass whole time. Lifted off two or three times before losing directional control and went tearing through the barbwire on the east side of the runway. Aircraft almost caught a wingtip but pilot kept it straight and rolled to a stop 1000 feet down in the sagebrush. Both people on board were ok but aircraft has a lot of damage from the barbwire. Sad thing is pilot sounded sure he was doing soft field technique correctly and that crosswind was to blame. Be safe everyone. Know your aircraft in these conditions. Tough way to learn a lesson. Glad no one was hurt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tzfred View Post
    Unfortunately witnessed an incident this morning at Smiley Creek. C172 trying to take off and way over zealous on getting the nose up for "soft field"...tail skid was dragging on grass whole time. Lifted off two or three times before losing directional control and went tearing through the barbwire on the east side of the runway. Aircraft almost caught a wingtip but pilot kept it straight and rolled to a stop 1000 feet down in the sagebrush. Both people on board were ok but aircraft has a lot of damage from the barbwire. Sad thing is pilot sounded sure he was doing soft field technique correctly and that crosswind was to blame. Be safe everyone. Know your aircraft in these conditions. Tough way to learn a lesson. Glad no one was hurt.
    Dang sorry to hear that.

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    Laura and I just got back last night from a fantastic two week trip to these events and a little R&R tagged on at the end. I can't thank everyone enough for all of their support without forgetting some folks, but I do want to mention a few:

    Wendy Lessig - AKA The Raffle Queen when to herculean efforts to organize the raffle, as well as provide advance support for both the Breaks fly in and the Johnson Creek Fly In - she even loaned our son Billy a tent!

    Ray and Laura Jilek - They put on a great meal and put up with us for the Spearfish overnight enroute to the Breaks. We had a great turnout this year and it is our favorite stop on the way North West.

    Ralph Rogers - A great turnout for the Missouri Breaks fly in gave us some opportunities we don't always have, like landing at Heller Bottom with 19 airplanes or some such. Ralph as always smoked some serious pork butts and put on a fantastic meal. There is nothing like the Breaks!

    Jerry Cain and the Lincoln, MT Airport folks - Sunday afternoon post Breaks they put on a hamburger fry and get together in Lincoln for us, unfortunately, WX limited the group there to just four planes, but a great time was had by all and Lincoln is a really cool place to stop and camp!

    Dave Kirsten - AKA the Man Behind The Curtain did a huge amount of background work collecting raffle prizes and is generous beyond compare in his continued support of this event he started so long ago.

    CubCrafters - John Whitish, Randy Lervold, Jim Richmond and crew put on a fantastic meal Saturday night a Johnson Creek and Jim even provided his "Dead Stick Ale" homebrew which was smoother than a three point landing in wet grass.

    Dave & Karen - New Caretakers at Johnson Creek got the baptism by fire this last weekend and I think they are up to the challenge! Super nice folks who bent over backwards for us.

    Dan Lilja - Thanks for going to the Breaks early and helping Ralph and Wendy get ready!

    Jay Pratt and Carol Beird - Jay built the tarp city at Jo Creek that we all stayed dry under, and both helped with the group meals and other organization.

    Lou Furlong, Mark and Andrew Scott, and everyone else who chipped in a little here and there!

    Thanks again, everyone!

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    What an amazing trip.

    When he says helped a little here and there...yes there was that...but also 2.5 hours of splitting 3 chords of wood with Dave so that we could all stay warm during the two days of rain we had...in addition to the evening fires. Thanks Mark, Andrew and SJ!!! We wouldn't have been smiling still if we were cold and wet. Just sayin.'

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    ahhh....what fun!

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    Landing Soldier Bar
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