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... black pantyhose. Stunning. Our coffee would have to be the worst we've had the misfortune to endure and before we'd choked down more than half a cup Carol swooped in refilled both of them. Even at the princely sum of $2 for both, it was more than they were worth. A couple of wild turkeys scratched in the grass verge between Clark Fork and East Hope. Bit skinny. Not much of a feed. Lake Pend Oreille is ...
Our first day of the trip and I'm so tired I can hardly think straight. I did it to myself again. Left everything to the last minute and had to spend all of three full days on my feet getting ready. We scrubbed the truck and camper and Robert waxed them. I emptied out the camper, then scrubbed it out. Then I loaded it up again with supplies for the trip. I organized, re-organized and ...
... crop of '57, and after he gets the pictures he says, ha, hippy girl. I tell him I am in charge of the fire, and have got to find a good poker. He suggests a match and some gasoline. I tell him about the tequila, and he says oh oh, wish I was there, and I say that actually, I wish he was there too. And that diesel is better, and safer, but I have neither and am managing with old fashioned paper. I send a pic ...
... when we feel quite vulnerable too. Today, all along the road, there were little rock piles marked by fluorescent orange pylons, warning of rocks and washouts on the shoulders of the road. And there were many signs telling us of potential rockslides, and not to stop in those areas. PEI looks pretty safe right about now!
The Crowsnest Highway is just as picturesque, but very different landscape from the rugged alpine and glacial mountains of ...
... is a small log building and smells of grass or grain; it sort of reminded me of the granary that my grandparents had at their place. The brooms are amazing; they range in size for small souvenir types (including fridge magnets) to full-sized functional brooms. Of course, since they are hand made and tied the price of them reflects the work that goes into each one. Needless to say I did not purchase one.
We stop in to a couple more ...
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