Josie's Bozeman Bed and Breakfast
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... desert, with a projection of a speeding but lonely highway right over her.
Soon she gets her first opportunity to eliminate and enemy combatant. Her excitement is almost orgasmic as she tracks the shadowy figure, gets the go ahead from her supervisor, and blam!, a completely silent puff of smoke on the projection. There is some intake of breath, and a twinge of doubt as she sees body parts fly. On the way home must prepare herself for normalcy with Eric ...
... the park and the sun is shining and westward ho. . .
Sunday morning, not much traffic.The road stretches out in front of us. Check the mirror for we can see from where we have come.
For the thought of the day. . . "You can't be lost if you don't know where you're going".
We see hundreds of rolls of stuff so we ask our farm friends, Barb and John Fritz, from ...
We slept in this morning, which meant Dave was awake by 7:30. Lea was next, and went out to enjoy reading her book on the lawn by the pool. Everyone else was a little slower, and by the time we headed over for the "continental breakfast", which wasn't much to begin with, there was little left besides dry cereal, some poor looking apples, and coffee and OJ. Dave snagged the last maple bar for Ann, and then ate the last chocolate ...
There are only a handful of known super volcanoes in the world. These puppies have gone off a number of times in the history of the earth initiating fun times like ice ages and extinctions of species. Regardless of what the media reports in the occasional sensationalized story none are set to go off anytime soon though, so there is no need to start stockpiling the ...
... we all slept well. First thing in the morning, under a soon-to-be sunny sky, I boiled some water for hot chocolate and made oatmeal with raisins and brown sugar. Our camp packed up, we headed down the mountain, singing songs, talking, and stopping every now and again to read another chapter of the kids’ book. It was smooth sailing all the way to the parking lot. As we neared our car, Micah and Zola asked when we’d get to ...