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    Outdoorsy dreams for 2008
      A good part of this issue is dedicated to reviewing the events be they political, theatrical or musical that passed this year. Sure, we could take a moment to recap what happened in the rec world in 2007, but why live in the past? Who cares how many camping trips were thwarted by fires last season ... that just means double time on the tent time this summer. And so what if Boise Mayor Dave Bieter promised river rats a whitewater park ... what matters is whether there'll be play spots come spring. With visions of a year full of good powder, hard riding and sweet waves in mind, here's what we're hoping 2008 has in store for rec nerds of all types.
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  • B is for Bike, Ballyhoo and Beer

    New Belgium's Tour de Fat returns
      This year, only 12 cities will have the honor of hosting what can only be described in its 2007 incarnation as New Belgium Brewing Company's environmental evangelistic ballyhoo of bikes and beer. And thanks to B-town's annual enthusiasm for bikes, beer and a ballyhoo involving at least one of the two aforementioned B's, Tour de Fat stops in Boise this Saturday for its sixth festival, fundraiser and brouhaha dedicated to gathering the bike community, raising money for local nonprofit cycling organizations and drinking a little New Belgium beer in the process.
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