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 […]
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.
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. […]
Today the Coach’s rubber roof will be cleaned and treated by Josh. Since I’m not quite as spry as I used to be I’m thankful he will be crawling up […]
July 31, 2016 No sooner than we arrived, the Summer fire season started. The fire burning about five miles away was quickly named, The Roaring Lion Fire. Here at the […]
Travel Journal – July 14, 2016 This is our third day at Hellgate and there’s not much going on, so I ask Jagger if he want’s to do some exploring […]
I’m trying to experience as much of Montana as I can this year before heading back South for the Winter. It’s such a big state. I could probably travel Full-time here for a year and not see it all.
Travel Journal – July 7, 2016 Our day started off with a hazy morning, something unusual lately for Jagger and I. We left the Coach for our morning walk around the […]
Many of my ancestors were Cherokee. I know, I know world history – the survival of the fittest. I think I understand most human behavior. But the ultimate process of two civilizations fighting against each other is so tragic and sad.