Travel Blogs from Mountain Home
... call time, but then remembered we’re on a two day lot.
Since our first show was at 11am, John started shaving soon after waking up and getting ready for the pre-show. I drained my coffee and lounged around, intentionally missing cookhouse to eat a slice of peach pie for breakfast instead. Hah! I’m on stroller patrol again today and assisted with getting a group from a local nursing home into our ...
... of things, but oh well…we’ll take what we can get!
We actually had a movie night tonight…we’ve been holding onto a Netflix movie, Winter’s Bone, for a few weeks now and finally had a chance to watch it. While it wasn’t a feel good movie by any means, we both really enjoyed it. It was almost 1am by the time we finished it, so we crawled into bed and slept until 8:30am.
**Sleep System & Shelter**
-Tent- Go-lite Imogene 2 w/ footprint - 38oz
-Sleeping Pad- Thermarest Prolite 3 - 16oz
-Sleeping Bag- Montbell Spridal Down 0* - 59oz
-Bag Liner- Sea to Summit Silk Liner - 4oz
Total - 7lb 5oz
**Clothing and Rain Gear**
-Rain Gear- Sea to Summit Ultrasil Poncho - 14oz
-Gloves and Cap- Sirius Gloves, Chaos Beanie - 5 oz
... some for sale signs so we decided to drive through the community and look at some of the houses for sale. The had some beautiful brick homes for sale. The prices were a bit more affordable than what we pay in Oregon but still comparable, as I'm sure is true with anywhere I'm sure location has a major impact on the price and not knowing much about the area I can't really speculate to much. After we were done looking at ...
... then realized what Bob had said he quickly picked it up and took it back to the bar. We got a chuckle out of that. We drove to a spot on the river and stopped to explore a bit. We met a goose family, mommy, daddy & 8 babies feeding on the shore. The daddy kept a close eye on me and when I got a little too close, he moved the family to the water and swam away. But not before I got some pics ...