Monday, September 12, 2011

BACK IN THE DRIVEWAY

We’re back in our son’s driveway in Billings, MT.

After leaving Fort Phil Kearny we decided to go into Buffalo, WY and find a place to have some dinner. That’s easier said than done. It was 4:00 in the afternoon and the first three restaurants we tried were either only open for breakfast and lunch or didn’t open until 5:00 for dinner.

IMG_2940 We did find the Bozeman Trail Steakhouse and had a wonderful dinner. Would definitely recommend this place. Also had a great waitress which just makes the visit even more enjoyable.

 

 

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IMG_2939 This is a weather rock that is right out front of the restaurant. It seems to me this is a better way to get the weather than to listen to the weatherman.

 

 

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Our jacks decided to die when we stopped at La DeSmet and that’s a whole different blog. So for now I’ll leave you with Scooter’s opinion on the world.

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12 comments:

  1. I am usually upbeat and positive and such, but today, Scooter and I share the same attitude. (hope the jack fix was easy)

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  2. It's one of those days where I'm with Scooter also. The rig broke down before I could even back out of my site! :(

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  3. So Scooter is a dog of few words????

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  4. Oh no, it sounds like you and some of your followers are having a bad day today. Not good! Things are fine here, I'm happy to report.

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  5. Scooter is toooo funny! I read Christian writer, Traci Peterson. This last series I am reading is set in Montana...Galltin Crossings outside Bozeman. She tells how the railroad came to Bozeman and all about that area. It is really a great series. Soooo, I know where you actually are located.
    So sorry to hear about the jacks. Need to get you two back on the road!

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  6. Love the weather rock! Craig has had several rather fancy weather stations at the house. My answer is if it yu want to know if it is raining, look ou the window!

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  7. We have problematic hydraulic jacks as well and I always try to avoid using the darned things if I don't have to. They can be a real pain in the butt!!

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  8. I would love to join you at the Steakhouse. I'm really hungry for a great steak! Sorry to hear about all the little problems you're having. Hopefully by now Scooter has brought a smile to your face. Here's hoping you get them fixed fast and cheap.

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  9. there seems to be a few mechanical issues here in blogville today!..hope everyone has a better day tomorrow!!

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  10. Sometimes I have Scooter days as well. Hope you get those jacks fixed. YUK!

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  11. I'm with Scooter - just hide until everything's all better again!

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  12. I think I got out of RVing just in time to retain my sanity. I always worried about something happening that would keep me stuck when I didn't want to be, and in my case I was having bad premonitions about the slides. Hope you are soon fixed up and ready to go.

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