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Thanks to all the family and friends who have sent messages re our safety with the storm. We are safe here in Montana. Left the one horse town of Selby and headed south following the rockies and the route of Lewis and Clark. Tributes to them everywhere. This is real cowboy country vast plains and steep gorges. You almost expect John Wayne to ...
... can't decide if it wants do be hot or cold!
Tomorrow are we traveling through the yellowstone national park. I'm really excited about it even though the weather forecast said it will be a rainy day. Hope we will see some animals ... as we couldn't take a picture of a bald eagle because our car and my brothers driving scared it away. ;)
... of This American Life later and we were there, at the Livingstone exit. I was overjoyed as we raced down the road along the fast-moving Yellowstone toward its namesake national park. After one wrong turn, things looked familiar as we arrived in the town of Pine
Creek, our ending point for the night.
À 30 miles au Nord de Yellowstone il y a Chico hot springs , perdu au pieds des montagnes. De l'eau superchaude, un paysage bucolique, supertranquille, on est resté 2 nuits.
Deux jours relaxe, des fois on aime ne pas marcher, mais reposer les pieds dans l’eau chaude c’est très relaxant. Nous avons trouvé un excellent endroit pour dormir, sur un petit chemin de terre, coucher ...
... I don't remember Worland, my mother moved back to Bozeman Montana, when I was about 2. However, my older brothers remember much more than I do. I am going to meet one of my mothers old friends in Worland, Bob my step father talked to her last week and she remembers me well, but I am 260 pounds heavier than when she last held me in her arms some 46 years ago.
I haven't spent much time with my stepfather Bob, since I last left the house in 1981, ...