Our first full day here starts with clear skies, as the Sun lights the day above our sheltered valley. It will take most of the morning for the Sun to […]
The Coach’s tires are off the gravel road. Since it’s a drop of fifty feet or more down to river level, I’m sweating bullets. The semi truck’s tires actually rub the mountain on the other side
As we are getting ready to leave the clouds are moving in. According to the weather service it’s supposed to rain here this afternoon.
The plan today is to drive to Driggs, Idaho from our camp at Falls Campground. I was expecting to see the Grand Tetons from the western side and call it a […]
Today we move to Idaho Jagger. We have to keep this buggy moving to meet our date for camping with the family in Arizona and we have friends and places […]
I’m going to miss the Georgetown Lake. Today we take another drive around the lake on our way to Anaconda. This will be our last drive before moving on to […]
I’m determined not to miss a single detail as Jagger and I move South for the Winter. At times my daily activities do just that, the experiences come too quickly […]
The back in angle is little tight so we move slowly, adjusting to find the right spot. I must back in without hitting the ATM our neighbor across the way has parked close to the street. I get out and start to level my Coach when I hear my phone ringing.
Do dogs cry with tears like humans? I was curious and looked it up “online”. While there are several articles are available I chose “Caesar’s Article“. He is my hero since […]
After weeks of enjoying the company of family and friends, It’s time to move on. I will finish stocking up supplies in my Coach and moving my “stuff” back into the closets and cabinets from the house.
I only have a week left here at my homebase and I still have several projects to complete before I’m “scheduled” to leave town. Yes I said the nasty word […]
I’m up early today, enjoying a quick breakfast and cup of coffee while watching the room lighten. After getting ready I rush off to Missoula leaving Jagger at the house. […]