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... kids off to three more days of school before we flew out to join him on Wednesday afternoon.
My Dad came up to help us close up the house and give us a ride to the airport, and our neighbors came in a steady stream to wish us luck and send us off. Dad took us as far as the security line and then we were on our own. I was prepared – how bad could it be? Well.
Getting through security was ...
... the floor to go to sleep?" After trying, but not being able to get comfortable, he asked to get back in his car seat and had no trouble laying his head over and shutting down. And this on a flight with DirecTV! I was/am so proud of him, and I'm really hopeful that we got over a hump in terms of sleep resistance on airplanes.
Transferring two kids who were sleeping/sleepy off of the plane along with all of our gear was a tricky but nice logic ...
Because my first days here are very quiet I have time to write a second blog!
After the shopping in Park Meadows, a huge shopping mall build like a wooden ski hut, I took the tram back to my host home. From the station it was another 15 minutes walk to the house but...ofcourse I walked in the wrong direction and ended up in the middle of nowhere..
After an hour and a half walk I finally found the house!
... night. The guards at that crossing were excited to
see their first visitors (at 9AM) and carried on a jovial/lengthy conversation
about our travels, the weather and road conditions.
The drive thru Montana is rather monotanous:
treeless, flat and brown. We headed for
the "Battle of the Little Bighorn"
site and Custers Last Stand. He wasn't
much of a general. Aiming to become a
big hero by capturing Sitting Bulls tribe, ...
... of the labyrinthine building, and even recently opened a second venue down the road! I am informed by a brochure I took from a seemingly undisturbed stack that I can expect to see "the heart of the quilt maker" when exploring the designs and to "keep quilting...or get started now. Your quilt is waiting". The free tour I went on was occasionally interesting but a bit sporadic, so I decided to keep my inner quilt-maker waiting and move on.
 My next stop was the Museo ...