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... to visit and overnight at Lynn's Aunt Edna's. The whole fam damily turned out, so we had an open house of sorts. At one point, there were eight folks sipping wine with two of us on a lighter beverage.
Dinner for six of us followed and then the serious discussion started. From church to politics of various natures pretty much made the evening somewhat interesting, or at least made the evening.
We got back ...
... of art in the Capitol is by Montana's famous Western artist Charles M. Russell. The 1912 painting, titled Lewis and Clark Meeting the Flathead Indians at Ross' Hole, is 25 feet (7.6 m) long and twelve feet high. It depicts the explorers Lewis and Clark meeting Montana's Bitterroot Salish people upon their return across the Bitterroot Mountains from the Pacific Ocean. It is now displayed above the Speaker's chair in the House of Representatives' ...
So we started off the morning setting up for a yard sale that has the entire neighborhood participating in. I got to help out and offer my assistance in selling and taking the money. In the afternoon, Tessa and I left to get her hair done before our travels ahead. It was warm enough to put the top down on her convertible. Tonight we plan on having dinner with some old employees and then who knows, but I'm sure it will be relaxing and ...
We spent the next 3 days driving. The weather was overcast and rainy so it wasn't tempting to stop much along the way. On Sunday, Aug. 18, we crossed back into the U.S. at Sweetgrass, Mt. and decided we could get to Helena for the night.
Our longtime friends, Mike and Lynne Gartland had just arrived to visit their son Bryan so we had a mini-reunion and, since the weather was beautiful, stayed ...
... along with a complete refurbishing of the body. The project was a success and Ford Motor Company subsequently refurbished the entire fleet at an estimated cost of 7 million dollars which they donated to the National Park Service. Way to go Ford!
We left Glacier this morning early and stopped for breakfast at the Junction Café in Browning where we met Red Hall. Red is ...