The part of Butte, Montana we spent the night in last night was the historic section. As we were leaving, I took several pictures. Continue reading
This morning, Mark went out to the RV to take care of the critters and found that we had no water. It was all frozen. We saw a lot of frozen water today. Continue reading
We have had more fun with our Bridges kids! I have pictures and stories to share… Continue reading
At long last, we’re in our home state! Only a few hours tomorrow until we’re home. Yay!! Continue reading
Early this morning, my younger sister, Lauryn, came over and picked me up and we spent the day together. First we wanted to go see where Sherill is buried. Continue reading
There were two very good reasons why Mark chose to go the northern route across the country this time: 1) We were leaving Wisconsin five days later than we had hoped and this is the shorter, more direct route, and 2) in looking ahead at the weather report across the country for this week, it showed rain but no snow.
This morning, I took Tucson back to the Humane Society for her second set of shots and to get a chip put in her. That seemed to have done her in for a good part of the day because she slept all the way home and then slept for several hours in her kennel when we go home. This is when I got a hair-brained idea… Continue reading
I got Dobby as a kitten in 2005. Mark got Kimba as a kitten in 2006. They are old and they are beginning to have health issues. The most sane thing we could do would be to leave them in peace until they go to that big litter box in the sky. Continue reading
I last wrote on Monday and so much has happened since then… Continue reading
When I was a kid, my friends and I used to sing a spoof on the National Anthem:
O say can you see any bed bugs on me?
If you can, pick a few, for I got them from you!