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... line at 12:35. Stopped in Laurel, MT for groceries at good ole Wal-Mart; got gas for $3:56/gal; hit the road again and got to Peter D's campground in Sheridan about 5:00PM. Peter D offered us some squash for dinner which he grows right there on the grounds. The camper next to us was in a fifth-wheel and we started talking when we saw each other's TN license plates. He was from Shelbyville and had spent the summer in ...
While chatting with our biker neighbors after breakfast this morning, we learned that, because next year is the 75th anniversary of the Sturgis Bike Rally, this year is actually less busy than normally as ...
... station near where we are parked. The father was carefully and conscientiously teaching his son how to put on rubber gloves and hook up the sewer hose. Then, before pulling the dump handle, a window in the camper was opened and a hose passed inside. Following a muffled, “OK, turn it on”, the water was turned on and the son pulled the black water handle. A not-so-muffled scream ensued from inside, joined by a scream from ...
... wow! Cool!” He showed the picture to my parents. “This is Brandy- the first horse I ever rode… thanks, Justin.”
“Don’t stop now,” I said. He dug back in, pulling up another- a picture of the mud-covered truck framed with the repair bill.
“Oh, man! I forgot how bad it looked.” He turned to Mom and Dad… “I paid the bill when they fixed it… see… I signed it ...
... will take place, effective tomorrow morning.”
“My baptized name is Cody Christopher Peterson,” Cody said.
“And would you like that to be your legal name?”
“Yes!” Then Cody looked around at my parents, and his face grew red. “I mean… that is, if it’s okay with you.”
“It is more than okay- it’s perfect,” said my father. ...