Wander slowly through the fields....
Trespassing on a Sunday evening is always a guaranteed good time.
It is pretty hard to find a spot on the west side of the Bridgers that doesn't have a house or structure on it. The mountains, old farms and fields are very scenic and beautiful, but unfortunately you can't escape the amount of development on that side of the Gallatin valley.
A typical LPS rendevous includes speeding down dirt roads in Code red's rallie Suby, with blaring music and camera's hanging out of the windows. Random unnanouced slamming of breaks, ebrake slides and whipping a "bitch" is accepted and encouraged. When the charriot stops, we jump out exposing to the world a cloud of smoke, a blairing electronic rhythm, and cameras rolling. The journey is always as fun as the finished photo.