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Saturday, we spent the day driving from Banff back to Helena. On our way, we were able to stop by Gord and Annie's home in Calgary one more time. We enjoyed a nice lunch of hamburgers on the grill on their deck, and just some nice quiet time to visit with them. Again, we said our good-byes, and bid adieu to Canada.
We crossed the border …
... it would be a day's drive to Auburn, WA. No, we like to drive a max of about two hundred miles a day. That way it's more of a journey than a drive, if you get my meaning.
Even though there's a new camera in my life, I don't have any new pictures, but the latest can be found at, you guessed it, Flickr.
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... we had a chance to soak up the view of our favorite summer state. In no time we were pulling up on the south side of our property. Our neighbors, Joe and Joleen, were there, once again, to greet us. It doesn't get any better than that.
After a partial unload, we're settling in in our home without wheels.
I'll post a few more photos of the campground area on ...
Our drive back to Helena was on a beautiful route through the Swan Valley. Unfortunately, the view was hampered by occlusion of smoke all the way to McDonald Pass, just west of Helena. We stopped a few times trying to get cell coverage and finally found a spot where we lunched and returned a phone call of some importance.
We’re home now and ...
... statuary; plopped down on the grass in front of the “Montana 2002” flowerbed. “Get my picture here, GMom” was his request in every spot, and so I did.
The idea of writing something for kids (and for everyone) about capitols and capital cities began to take shape that day. Those pictures sat stored in my photo boxes; waiting for the time to be right. And then it was. Capital Cities USA was created; the Board of Directors was organized; ...
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We love Marriotts, and are never disappointed. The Fairfield in Helena was clean, comfortable, and affordable. We had to leave early to catch a plane before breakfast was served, but were still able to grab some muffins, fruit and coffee for the road.
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