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... thought it belonged to one of the grandkids! We had a wonderful dinner! The dragon boats are all tied up near the restaurant and are very colorful and I should have taken a picture. Monica and brought the 1959 college yearbook, the year we roomed together, and we had fun looking at the photos and talking about the various gals we knew! Then a drive through Selwood to a bakery like place that sold decadent goodies for dessert and home.
Bright and early start to the day. We had big plans to go to watch Bobby the lawyer in action. He and his client were nice enough to let John and me into the courtroom to watch the action. Rachel, John and I went to Starbucks to get some coffee and wait for Bobby to be ready. At 9:30 we went into the actual room. I was pretty dang excited. This wasn't an actual trial or anything, just a trial readiness appearance. It lasted about thirty minutes, no one yelled 'objection!' and ...
... different from the one that I am accustomed to and to get out of my comfort zone a little. A motto I've lived by recently is, "If you don't put yourself in new situations, you will never learn new things about yourself" I think I am going to learn a lot of new things about myself, if that is the case.
If you are reading this blog, thank you very much for taking the time to read my ramblings ;) & also know that I hope to keep updated as often as I can so that you can get ...
... the last many years.
I don't know what it is about small towns but we seem to bump into an inordinate amount of real characters. Is it because the ratio of characters to regular folk is higher or is it that they recognize us for what we are- unsuspecting strangers. One such fellow was disguised as the proprietor in a local eatery. Jil went in to purchase a caffe latte. Twenty minutes later we had been informed that the 100 mile wide subduction earthquake fault that we ...
... ride from Yellowstone to West Glacier was over some really good roads with little traffic and great scenery, although we did have a full day of 550 miles, which is a good day on these curves roads. The KOA at West Glacier was a welcome sight, even though I rode right past it and Greg had to haul me down and redirect me. We had dinner in the campground, which had a surprisingly good restaurant serving breakfast and dinner. Then off to a great nights sleep to prepare us for Glacier ...
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