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... Since we were camped on a hill, the other concern is that we would roll off of our supports and start our journey downhill. It kept all of us awake most of the night and required several excursions outside to make sure everything was secure.
Daybreak brought relief that there was no damage and all pieces were in place. Other campers in canvas pop-ups and tents we are sure endured an even greater ...
The differences between a car and a 1980 28ft RV are: 1. A car you get in and go, an RV takes about half an hour from the time your ready to go, to when you actually leave; 2. We can go 65 miles an hour in a car. Uphill. An RV may go backwards; 3. There is about a metre each side of the car between the lines on the road, in an RV you drive on the lines - on both sides; 4. You can have a conversation in a car, in an RV you yell what you need to say across a Chrysler 440 ...
... to change the present. (By the way, I'm writing this on the morning of day 8.) Last night Andrew became the star of the playground. He started reciting stuff he's learned on the trip and the other kids were taken aback. They were quizzing him and he'd go, "I know, and I don't even go to school yet." My son starts small talk with Lewis & Clark and geography. Most of the kids were awkward pre-teens so they just hung out talking and trying to impress the girls... Whatever ...
... Simone, our Youth Pastor's wife. We were particularly thankful to God for the support that everyone gave to Jon. This was very difficult for him since Teddy was his dog. God has really blessed us with a fantastic close family and the support of our friends at home as well as out friends with whom we were traveling. All of this, of course, put us a little behind in our schedule but we still were able to get to Bozeman, MT for the ...
I took the car and drove down hwy 89 to Clyde Park on Tuesday and arrived at Nancy's just before a storm went through the Wilsall area. We had lunch at the pub and while getting ice-cream at the drugstore a guy came in with pictures of the funnel cloud that had formed during the storm. It was published in the Thursday paper.
Nancy lives in this great three story frame house with a great story, the Gibson-Cassidy House. She ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking