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May 29, 2005

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Jim

The suspense was too much for me so I gooogled Bucking Horse Sale, and it looks extremely cool, but I'm eager to hear more about it and about you guys' adventures there (including any in the Montana Bar).

david

Ditto -- tell us how it was!

Angie

I'm so glad you could come to Miles City and experience BHS. I have lived in Eastern Montana all my life and every year in May we gear up for the biggest party of the year. Even attending it every year doesn't dull the senses, instead it makes me more excited to see family, friends, and meet new people. My classmates are strewn all over the county, mostly within the West, some have gone east, but a common theme in May emails and phone calls is "are you coming back for Bucking Horse?" Please, come again, bring your friends, and remember, what happens at Bucking Horse is all over town the next morning!

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