Helena, MT High 89 Low 61
Pay dirt is defined as: to get something of value. And that is what happened last Saturday.
These fine fellows were watching all the comings and goings at a garage sale next door.
As you all know we go to garage sales every week-end with my sister and her husband. Normally we walk away empty handed because living in 23’ doesn’t give us much room for anything. But that was not the case last week-end.
I got 13 tops in really great shape for $1 a piece. I was only going to buy a couple of them but Jim and I couldn’t decide which ones we liked best so I took them all (well I did leave a couple behind that I didn’t really like).
Then we went to another sale and Jim found an Ugly Stick (a fishing pole) and two reels for $20. We came home very happy campers.
Sunday night Don fixed his tacos that are to die for and we had a small family get together. I really do like his tacos.
Great Nephew Zack
My nephew, Chris and his wife, Randi
Jim and Don
Then for the pièce de résistance we got to spend some time visiting with Roger and Lyn. We had met them previously in Q but never had a chance to sit down and just talk. They were in town visiting friends and were staying at the fairgrounds. Sure am looking forward to seeing them in Q again in January. And of course, I forgot to take any pictures.
We’re leaving here on Thursday (in the rain) and we’re headed east to Billings. Need to do some work on our son’s house after the terrible hail storm they had. I also have doctor appointments and so do the girls. On September 2 we are headed east to Virginia. We will be back in Arizona the middle of November to start all of Jim’s doctor’s appointments again.