Blue Mountain Bed & Breakfast
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Today I woke up late. Yesterdays party was great, it went late and we had some alcohol. I had breakfast, perfect! Then around 11am I said goodbye to Isaac for 3 days and hit the road with my convertible (chevrolet Camaro). I left Seattle (Washington state) and drove Interstate 90 all the way to Missoula (Montana). In between I drove through Idaho. 3 states in one day. The first part of the drive was a little ...
... foray into sifting. We tried a bucket first, and found it somewhat interesting: a few sapphires, mostly quartz. Then we went for the motherload: a Mega-Jug. It isn't named because it's bigger in size, but because it's by far more concentrated: 7 times more concentrated. The ****************** dirt are sifted beforehand, and you're left with semi-precious and precious stones with little dirt. The two people out there helping us were friendly and well adapted to the technique ...
... his heart and some of the stories of what he (and others) endured in Iraq.
I was told there are some amazing sites to see in Missoula, but to be honest, my day was blessed and filled in just the way I wanted it to be.... connecting with people. I'm looking forward to more connections along the way. Oh yes the tasks will need to be done but my heart is full as I am feeling so blessed to be where I am and doing what I get to do.
... up and we drove out to Walmart in probably the nicest warmest weather we have seen yet. At Walmart we picked up food and the very basic amount of items needed to camp for 7 days. This would prove to be a mistake.
The drive out of Washington into Montana was spectacular, similar to Whistler-Vancouver only the sun was out. After a couple of hours the snow topped mountains and lakes changed into huge sandstone cliffs. On one of said ...
... some time next week into Idaho and loop around back to Missoula.
Upon returning to Missoula, we got together with Bryant and Priya at our house for leftovers. Gave Priya a tour of our humble abode.
Called it a day early as Bryant and Priya have to work tomorrow.