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Later, Lynn went out to the coach and Daniel and I watched a great movie: "Now You See Me." Lots of magic and illusion made it a fine film.
We'll leave today, Sunday, for our next stop at our Nephew TJ's place at Sand Point.
We'll keep you posted. Note: some pics are on the blog, but additional photos are on Flickr. If you are ambitious, go to http://www.flickr.com/photos/ralphieboy o/
I got a good night's sleep last night in Buffalo, WY, had some breakfast, then drove through the cute little town for a bit to try to find somewhere I could get some tea for the road. Apparently going through Buffalo is one way to get to Yellowstone so I'm sure it gets lots of traffic. I hit the road around 8:45am feeling good, and drove, and drove, and drove. I stopped for gas whenever I was down to half a tank because I was scared ...
... Valley didn't phase us in the least bit. The drive through the rest of Montana and into Idaho was one of the most unique vistas we have ever witnessed. Mountains were plentiful and I-90 pierced right through them. We made one pitstop to fuel up with gas and food. The first request Jaclyn made back in Pennsylvania was to use this trip as an excuse to indulge in fast food once during the trip. While filling up the gas tank, a Burger King sign ...
... of ice cream and some hydration; then I suggest a ride on the "train" that drives through the park; Heidi is agreeable so I buy tickets for our ride. We have at least 30 minutes before we need to get to the boarding area. We walk to the Radio Flyer wagon that has been built the size of a playground slide. Heidi rides down, I man the camera.
The train pulls to a stop at the boarding area. The driver shows us ...
... isn't enough room in the car. I get out. "What are you doing?" asks Heidi. I think she is a bit annoyed. "This," I answer as I dump the contents out onto the seat. "You need a wallet to keep your cards in," Heidi tells me. "That's why I switched to this little thing, " she says pointing to her little wallet on a string. "I have an organizer," I tell her. "I'm just too lazy to use it and just throw things into this bag." Piece ...