Quigley Cottage Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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The ice has only been off of the lake for less than a week, so the water is clear and bright and very inviting. The trip here was delayed a bit in Anaconda for minor medicinal reasons, but we got to the house by around three o'clock. By the time we had unloaded and got most things put away it was surprisingly late and nearly time for dinner. I had mentioned to Lynn that going out for a ...
After a peaceful ten days up here at the lake, I'll be heading back home tomorrow. The weather has been quite interesting. One day, Friday, it was 11 degrees when I got up. When I went into Anaconda at 10:45 it was 31. When I got to Anaconda, 14 miles or so away, it was 51˚. Having been born in and lived in Butte back in the "Dark Ages," as I call it, we ...
... went fine.
I had a great visit with my nephew, John, at his business and then headed back. Interestingly enough, with the warm temps, in the forties down below, and the wind. The roads were bare and dry on my return. Montana... You know the old story: "If you don't like the weather, just wait fifteen minutes." Its back into the thirties again, as I type this in the evening, with colder lows forecast. Perhaps that ...
... the road where all of the driveways are. I've talked with the drivers, who comment, "We've always done it that way." Logic doesn't seem to cut any ice, it seems.
A decent night sleep was interrupted by a bad pillow. I had planned to sleep in, but it was not to be. Shortly after sunrise, I got another half hour of snow removal taken care of. It was in the low thirties today and the wind continues, just as ...
... to encourage apple growth and make it easier to pick. The ladder is another minor challenge these days. Time has changed my perceptions some. Gravity seems to be increasing as I age and the earth doesn't seem to be as soft as it used to be. ;o) Thus, I'm much less adventurous when I'm "aloft."
That's pretty much it, for now. We go to Butte on Wednesday for my appointment. ...