Hickory House Inn
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We're off on a summer trek to the lake, that's Georgetown Lake. For any who do not know, it's located about fifteen miles from Anaconda.
We got here last Thursday, the eighteenth of June.
On the way over, we stopped at Lynn's aunts and dropped off some summer flowers and rhubarb for her and had a nice visit.
Then we drove by my birth home to find that it has been razed and ...
Lynn and I decided to give the Lake one more try before we head down into the southwest at the end of March.
We got here in mid-afternoon and saw that there had been about four inches of new snow at the place. With all of the freeze-up problems we had last trip, I suggested that we get all things up and running before we unloaded. We did just that. There was a minor delay due to the fact that it had gotten down to minus twenty-nine while we were gone and ...
... While he was gone a fierce thunderstorm battered the rig. Bless his heart, he drove back to the park through sheets of cold, driving rain. We put away wet food and were thankful that our rig weighed close to 30,000 pounds and wouldn't blow over! We were on our way the next morning in cooler temperatures and sunny skies.
Got to our lake place on Tuesday, July first. It took two vehicles to bring over all of the "necessities," so to speak. By Wednesday Lynn's family started to arrive in strength. At the height there were over thirty folks hanging out, eating and drinking on the shore. The weather varied from serious hail storms to nice sunny days in the eighties.
Lynn and I took a few short walk hikes and I've gotten in three nice, long bicycle rides so far. The altitude ...
... 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.