Is it possible Jagger? The holidays are upon us once again. This year is our fifth year traveling “fulltime,” with the trusty Workhorse pulling our Coach.
Looking out on the vast battlefield you can see headstones everywhere. Soldiers, Lakota-Northern Cheyenne, and Arapaho were buried where they fell. Many horses were also lost in the battle that day and are buried in mounds.
Remember my friend of many years, Sydney, who traveled with us last year? Today I will be picking her up at the Bozeman airport, here in Montana. Continued from: Heading […]
It’s a crisp morning and the skies seem to be clearing from last nights rain. While enjoying my morning cup of coffee, I find myself in my recliner once again, […]
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.
Today was a cooler day for traveling, sunny early with thunderstorms predicted this afternoon. Jagger was excited about that. After loading up in the Workhorse. I did a final check on Google for our travel plans and pulled away.
After setting up our camp for the week, I tie Jagger up between two trees and stretch out on my lounger. Does it get any better than this Jagger? Staring up at the blue sky and being thankful for all I have been given…
The wind was howling and the sky was threatening. But it was my only chance to at least see where many Nez Perce Indians were slaughtered and experience the sadness. Both cultures clashed and misunderstanding prevailed, but that was reality in that day. So I went out into the battleground alone to feel the history all around…