Havre to East Grand Forks!

Trip Start May 05, 2009
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Trip End Sep 20, 2009


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Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Havre, Montana to East Grand Forks, Minnesota - are you kidding me? It was a very stressful day for yours truly. Someone let a fly into the truck, and I sat on it or something and it buzzed just terrible and scared me half to death. I thought it was a bee! I tried to get into the front seat and into Val's lap but no go. Dave wouldn't let me ride on the console so I was forced into the backseat with the beast. I refused to ride in my bed (where the original attack occured) so I went as far as I could go to the other side of the seat and watched for the beast to attack again. Everyone knows that those things are just full of germs! We stopped at a rest area, and I ran around in the grass for awhile. But when I got back in the truck it was still there - waiting for me. I was so nervous I hardly got any sleep at all.

The plan was to stop for the night at Minot, North Dakota but true to practice this group decides to go on just a little further. Then we could not find a campground so we end up going all the way to East Grand Forks, Minnesota. We had our hopes up at every little town we went through that we would find a place, but we found nothing until we got here at 7:30 at night.

As we were driving across North Dakota we saw UPS - nothing for miles either way and then UPS. We figure that's where they assign troublesome employees. Lisa, if UPS offers you a promotion to North Dakota don't take it!

We could possibly be home tomorrow. It would be quite a long drive so maybe we will stay somewhere in the UP and then scoot home Thursday morning.

Your fly sensitive friend,
Remington Beagle
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elbe45
elbe45 on

Poor Remy
The least Val and Dave could have done was try to get the fly out of the truck for you. You poor abused puppy!
When you get home you had better be on the lookout for cougars. I am sending an email about one killed in Mesick. And Remy, Cougars are bigger and meaner than flies. Be careful out there! Glad you will be home soon!

earlymart
earlymart on

WELCOME ALMOST HOME!
YEA! You are almost back in cold, damp TC. Regardless of the weather, am sure you will be happy to see your own back yard again - and wall - to wall carpet - hot running water and really private toilets.

We have missed you at Zonta and look forward to hearing first hand your adventures from this year's 'tour'!

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