Helena, MT High 90 Low 55
A little more explanation about my sister. I am really glad I was here to go with her but if I hadn’t been, her hubby would have taken her. The problem is, he hurt his back and can hardly move. So he’s on all kinds of pain pills and has trouble getting in and out of the car. However, he did take her to the doctor today and he said he’s starting to finally feel a little better. This getting old is certainly the pits.
Our problem now is the smoke from that big fire in Idaho. Our whole valley smells like a campfire and you can’t see the mountains across the valley from our site because of the smoke. This is not a good thing for either Jim’s or my sister’s lungs. Definitely makes it harder for Jim to breath.
About a week ago when Jim was fishing, he lost his glasses. Not a good thing. They are prescription trifocals. He didn’t realize it until he got home and went to change from his sunglasses to his regular glasses. They were in a case that he had put in his shirt pocket. He tore the boat and truck apart looking for them. Nothing. We went back out to the lake and he and I walked everywhere around the boat ramp and where he parked and anywhere that they could possibly be. No luck. Thank goodness he has his old pair as a back up. We also have an eye appointment for him the first week of September.
When he came back into the dock after fishing last Monday, he walked up to get the truck and trailer and there on a rock were his glasses. Have no idea where they have been but Jim is sure they weren’t there when he got there Monday morning and I know they weren’t on that rock when we were looking for them. Wonderful.
The girls are doing great.
Scooter has dug herself a hole under the pile of wood. Originally she couldn’t even get her head under there. Jim had moved the wood around trying to find out what she wanted under there but couldn’t find anything. Then the day I took this picture I saw a baby bunny come out the back side. That put an immediate stop to her digging. We put their fence around it to keep her out.
Jim got this picture with his camera. The Osprey is on top of our electrical pole with his dinner. Later, Skittlez found the tail of the fish which was the only leftover.
I took this picture last week. I love cloud pictures and I thought this one was very unique.