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... on where you are from. In her home
town of West Yellowstone it snows 25 feet a year on average. Helena got
about a foot and a half during one storm and usually has bout 6 inches
on the ground.
It was a very long day and we were hungry so we
ordered out from Chili's. Tom had a chicken Caesar salad, Lisa had a
chicken fiesta salad and we shared a bowl of turkey Tortilla ...
... and I was late, I think. I'll pay better attention tomorrow night. I brought wood for a fire, consisting of scraps from my shop and a few pieces of one of our defunct apple trees. No campfire tonight. I'm tired.
This morning, I slept in until just a bit before eight AM. I haven't done that for a very long time. The quiet really helps, as you all know. After breakfast and checking in with Lynn, I took a walk along the Blackfoot.
... statuary; plopped down on the grass in front of the “Montana 2002” flowerbed. “Get my picture here, GMom” was his request in every spot, and so I did.
The idea of writing something for kids (and for everyone) about capitols and capital cities began to take shape that day. Those pictures sat stored in my photo boxes; waiting for the time to be right. And then it was. Capital Cities USA was created; the Board of Directors was organized; ...
... for Montana! That must have been a week of Hell during the 1989 train wreck.
Our time in urban Montana would end
with a pleasant drive through MacDonald Pass, at 6362' and across the
divide to the western sloops once again. I think this is the third
time we have crossed over the continental divide this trip with at
least two or three more crossings to go. Mt Rt 141 rolled along the
Blackfoot River and the snowcapped mountains of ...
... of apples at home to work with. Probably we'll make pies and apple butter. Lots of fun!
We hope to get out in Shorty before the weather gets too winterish. He's parked at our friends in the valley and aching for another sojourn somewhere. More to follow on that...
We had a great time with the grand dog Rogue. She got us out walking two or three times a day. She's a mellow creature and a real gift. I must admit that I really miss her now...