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... might go, we might not, but this trip of ours we’re on now can’t be beat.
Big Sheep Scenic Road
Twenty minutes from the RV Park is a well-maintained road that winds its way around the mountainous Big Sheep Road. Before you ever turn off the highway you get a clear shot of Clark’s Reservoir, which as of July 31, 2015 is way down. People are parking where the water should be. What’s left of the reservoir is ...
... lengthy farm spraying irrigation systems. The fields are no doubt lousy with field mice and other assorted vermin. Each field was fitted with either an osprey, falcon or hawk eyeing the grounds for easy prey; beautiful creatures of majesty.
It’s a short time growing old: in a matter of one to two weeks we are always ready to pack it in and head to the next destination. An old saying is that the grass is always greener on the other side, and for how ...
Visited Virginia City, Montana where over 130 buildings from the 1860's still exist with many open for business. It was a mining town with the Vigilantes (a miners secret group) existing to preside over law and order--hanging those who they deemed guilty. Nearby Nevada City-( where Charlie Bovey in order to preserve the old west moved many many old buildings )--townspeople dress up and enact the period. Both very enjoyable to ...
Today is our youngest grandson's 16th birthday, so HAPPY BIRTHDAY CALEB!!
First thing this morning we did our Sunday devotional. The verse for today is Psalms 102:7. The subject was being in abject distress because of loneliness, even when you are with those that you love or in a crowd. We did this one before in Fairbanks, Alaska in 1997 and in Custer, SD in 2006.
I forgot to mention that we HAVE been handing out Moon Pies per Ann S's suggestion. This morning we gave two ...
We awoke to a bright and Sunny day in Jackpot Nevada! Once we left Jackpot, it was only a few minutes to the Idaho border.
As we got into Idaho, the terrain changed a bit.
After a couple of hours, we decided to stop at a rest stop to stretch our legs.