Hickory House Inn
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... and there was some freeze-up until I plugged in the outdoor heat tape. A couple hours later, the blockage broke loose and water flowed into all of the right places.
After a trip to a meeting in Anaconda, enough snow was removed to be able to park two cars between the snow piles. Enough perspiration for one day...
Thanks for stopping by after such a long time of no contact.
More photos at http://www.flickr.com/photos/ralphieboy ...
... you work, the luckier you get."
I got in a good high-altitude ride on Tuesday, which was taxing but interesting, as always. It's pretty quiet up here, so it makes for a good time. I rode over to the Tahepia fishing access and then on to Piney Point Campground. I'd never been on the rode to Badger Bay on the bicycle, so also checked that out. On the way back, I re-traced my route ...
... it was just a nice, invigorating walk.
I have the pictures nearly ready and will put them up at http://www.flickr.com/photos/ralphieboy o/
Tomorrow, Thursday, after Lisa and I have our weekly visit and I have another "skiers breakfast," I plan to take another route to the campground and do some serious skiing. Serious, as in not telling any jokes, if you get my meaning.
Hi!!!!! I hope all is well!!!! I sure miss everyone!!!!! We are in Anaconda Montana and we are heading for Kalispell Montana which is about 250 Miles North of here. We are having all our mail sent to their main post office for general delivery and we will pick everything up in a couple of days! Montana is the east populous state and you can drive for miles and hardly see anyone or any houses! The weather out here ...
... relieve those who have already begun to complain. Since we travel south each winter to seek such a clime, we do love it. Pour it on!
I put a potpourri of photos up on Flickr this evening. Most are of Lynn's flowers, but there's a couple of a doe deer with twins in the neighbor's yard and a couple from here.
Our daughter, Lisa, her husband Rich, and others will be here later in the week, so I'll be posting more later.
Good to see you again...