Charley Montana Bed and Breakfast
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... the capitol complex. But we decided to make a stop first, at Best Buy. My old camera just was not up to the task anymore, with only 7.1 mega pixels and 3.8 optical zoom, it was time to upgrade to something with more beef. I bought a new Sony with 20 MP and a 40X zoom. It has wifi and burst mode and a lot of things it will take me time to learn, but I am excited about getting up to speed with it. Of course it was not in service ...
The nail was too close to the sidewall to repair so two new tires. My wallet is floating it is soo... light. The new deal is that the lug nuts have to be readjusted after 50 - 100 miles. It is not easy to find tire stores on the highway - thank goodness for smart phones. Yes I am usually a rule follower. I was supposed to hit a storm in Bismarck. Fortunately it turned north and missed me. I hope all my family and friends in the Chicago area and mid-east coast are okay after your ...
... for west winds, but as of now the forecast is for southeast winds (ugh). But we are strong and we are ready, and we will treat this similar to a Narnian adventure, much in the manner of the adventures of High King Peter, Susan, Edmund, Lucy, Eustace, Jill, and others from the Chronicles of Narnia by CS Lewis (take this as a plug for these wonderful books)!
Off we go!
... the field when I needed a translator but this time in Spanish. Well my intentions backfired as my 20 minute nap turned into 2 hours. Okay, guess I was more exhausted then I thought. This will be a very early evening for this girl, right after I finish my message and send it off to be translated.
Oh and in case you are wondering, Amelia is doing very lovely. I know this is ...
... in Mother Nature's Wind Tunnel. I had to trudge the bike up the hills, fighting to keep my footing. The wind blasted us head on, as the trucks flew by, suctioning us into the traffic lane then thrusting us back off the shoulder into the grass. I used every ounce of my strength and grit to fight ...