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Heidi

Der hund ist laut und braun
Aug 22, 2001
10,174
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Bend, Oregon
Please reach out if you pass through SW MT again this go round.

I live in Bozeman but have been /////Fixing up a cabin in Mack's Inn (Island Park ID) where you are more than welcome to park your camper.

It's 2 blocks from terminus of a lazy river float (Henry's Fork from Big Springs --> Mack's Inn)

And <30 mins to some of the best MT/ID CDT rides:

Lionhead (Henry's Mtns) -- PSA: portions threatened to closure.
https://www.trailforks.com/region/lionhead-15430/

And Centennial Mtns
https://www.trailforks.com/region/centennial-mountains-26294/
We are strongly considering checking out West Yellowstone for a couple weeks next.
 

Montana rider

Turbo Monkey
Mar 14, 2005
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940
We are strongly considering checking out West Yellowstone for a couple weeks next.
Aqi is better in west Yellowstone than BZN at the moment, despite being much closer to the goose creek fire approaching cliff and wade lakes...

In any case SWMMBA and the Backcountry horseman did their annual horses carry chainsaw to the top of the pass and fatbikers ride the chainsaws down and cleaned EVERY INCH of the Lionhead last weekend...


If driving from nw area this trail is really fun:


My favorite big ride in BZN is Blackmore to Cottonwood in Hyalite (11ty billonty times better than IMBA classic "bangtail" if you ride for views...)

And nothing beats homestake pass (just east of Butte) for i90 corridor riding.

PM me when you have dates, I'm 50/50 between BZN and Island Park but making a quick RT to SLC this week.

My shitbox is 2 blocks off Henry Fork lazy river float terminus at Macks Inn and have SUPs and kayaks to share for off (bike) days.

Mi casa su casa, prost!
 

Heidi

Der hund ist laut und braun
Aug 22, 2001
10,174
757
Bend, Oregon
Aqi is better in west Yellowstone than BZN at the moment, despite being much closer to the goose creek fire approaching cliff and wade lakes...

In any case SWMMBA and the Backcountry horseman did their annual horses carry chainsaw to the top of the pass and fatbikers ride the chainsaws down and cleaned EVERY INCH of the Lionhead last weekend...


If driving from nw area this trail is really fun:


My favorite big ride in BZN is Blackmore to Cottonwood in Hyalite (11ty billonty times better than IMBA classic "bangtail" if you ride for views...)

And nothing beats homestake pass (just east of Butte) for i90 corridor riding.

PM me when you have dates, I'm 50/50 between BZN and Island Park but making a quick RT to SLC this week.

My shitbox is 2 blocks off Henry Fork lazy river float terminus at Macks Inn and have SUPs and kayaks to share for off (bike) days.

Mi casa su casa, prost!
We would definitely stick to West Yellowstone and not Bozeman. We're smoke watching before we decide where to go next. Swan Valley right now.
 

binary visions

The voice of reason
Jun 13, 2002
21,879
760
NC
new pics showing, pics from earlier still missing for me :(
New pics are being uploaded as attachments. The links to her blog pictures are still broken. I'm trying to replicate it to see if there's something broken on the RM side but have been having trouble getting it to reliably replicate.

Still poking around at it but my day job has temporarily interrupted my troubleshooting :monkeydance:
 

Heidi

Der hund ist laut und braun
Aug 22, 2001
10,174
757
Bend, Oregon
New pics are being uploaded as attachments. The links to her blog pictures are still broken. I'm trying to replicate it to see if there's something broken on the RM side but have been having trouble getting it to reliably replicate.

Still poking around at it but my day job has temporarily interrupted my troubleshooting :monkeydance:
It doesn't let me insert a link from my blog anymore.
 

binary visions

The voice of reason
Jun 13, 2002
21,879
760
NC
Is this a security issue? Most if not all the blog pictures URLs protocol is http, not https.
I think it might be an issue with an update to Chrome, blocking all rendering of HTTP from HTTPS pages. I can load the images in Safari just fine. But I was doing some testing in my test forum I was getting some HTTP images to load so I'm not 100% certain yet.
 

binary visions

The voice of reason
Jun 13, 2002
21,879
760
NC
Yup, it's the mixed content that's causing the missing images. I was thrown because a test image in my test forum was loading over HTTP but I figured out what was causing that.

@Heidi does your hosting provider allow you the option to enable HTTPS on your website? You'll likely have this problem or similar ones, anywhere you try to share content. Browsers are rejecting embedding "http" data on "https" websites because it's a security risk.

For anyone that's missing the images, you would have to enable mixed content from this website. You could follow these instructions, if you like.
 

Heidi

Der hund ist laut und braun
Aug 22, 2001
10,174
757
Bend, Oregon
@binary visions yes it's an option for a fee. I really only post to FB and Instagram which obviously is just uploading so I don't know if it is worth it.

Thanks for trouble shooting!
 

binary visions

The voice of reason
Jun 13, 2002
21,879
760
NC
@binary visions yes it's an option for a fee. I really only post to FB and Instagram which obviously is just uploading so I don't know if it is worth it.

Thanks for trouble shooting!
I just turned on image proxying for the forum, just for you :D

This will cause Ridemonkey to download and serve up the images using our HTTPS, but if someone clicks on the image they'll still be taken through to your blog.

Should be all fixed now.
 

Heidi

Der hund ist laut und braun
Aug 22, 2001
10,174
757
Bend, Oregon
I just turned on image proxying for the forum, just for you :D

This will cause Ridemonkey to download and serve up the images using our HTTPS, but if someone clicks on the image they'll still be taken through to your blog.

Should be all fixed now.
What a guy.
 

binary visions

The voice of reason
Jun 13, 2002
21,879
760
NC
Just for http-sourced images or for all img tags? :think:
I can't filter it without access to server resources that I don't have access to. So it's proxying all images now. Which is fine, storage is cheap, and the proxied images can be purged or set to expire if they start taking up too much space.
 

Heidi

Der hund ist laut und braun
Aug 22, 2001
10,174
757
Bend, Oregon
@Heidi you two have been on the road for almost 3 years. How will you ever go back to being wage slaves? :D
It's a valid concern. The answer is we don't know. I'm more concerned about having to live somewhere where I ride the same trails all the time. I can't imagine that.