Back in the ol' Home State

Trip Start Dec 31, 2012
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Trip End May 04, 2013


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In the Back Yard...

Flag of United States  , Montana
Thursday, May 2, 2013

We stopped in Idaho Falls and checked out a coach that really interested us, but knew that the same one is also in Bozeman, so decided to pass.  It was a sweet unit, but priced quie a bit higher than the Bozo unit.

The drive to Idaho Falls from Fort Hall was a sweet, windless sunny trip.  The best conditions that we've seen in weeks they were.

The rest of the trip was accompanied by Mariah, if you get my meaning.  Nice sun was shining and the mountains of Montana are glorias. (My spellcheck doesn't seem to like "glorias", so suffice it to say, "real nice."

We parked near our favorite niece's house and waited for her to return.  Soon a knocking came to our door and there she was in all her loveliness, and, accompanied by our favorite male grand-person, Jackson.  They came in and we had a great visit.  Jax got to snoop around a lot and climb on some new stuff.  He's an active and very sharp small person and we enjoyed him immensely.

We moved Shorty into their back yard and hooked up the power.  Lynn went into the house with Kelsie and Jax to help fix dinner.  I stayed out in Shorty and got caught up on my email.

I went into the house in a bit and found that Luke had gotten home from work at the Great Harvest Bread Company.  Yahoo!  Free bread!

We had a great meal and an even better visit while Jax busied himself with various and sundry objects of play, including several cheese/peanut butter crackers.  I helped with the crackers.  He's great at sharing.  That's a good thing.

We're back out in the coach now, both researching the latest info about coaches and such. Tomorrow we'll know more and fill you in on the pertinent details, if, you're interested and even if you're not really intrigued by the whole deal.

Good night, Amigos...
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cherie on

Looks like Action Jackson was having a good time with the relatives

Mike on

Yep...you are nearing home turf. and just for you, the weather will be getting increasingly warmer. Nice to stay with relatives and your description of them sounds deserved and very flattering. Not sure if your "guests" have left the home yet....we never actually even saw them...just their vehicles. Lots of family visitors here this weekend including my almost 3 year old granddaughter....

ferdie on

Looks like your almost home! Love that G. Harvest bread. Did you ck out the new Patagonia store? Good deals! Good luck on the new motor coach deal! See you soon!

Chris on

Welcome home!

Debbie Shea on

Welcome home. Does that Jax ever stop smiling?
Your journey seemed wonderful. Thanks for the updates, I enjoyed living it through ya.
Cousin Deb

Dennis on

Bet you are glad tobe in the home stretch. What a nice looking grand child. Can't wait to hear about your new coach.

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