Helena, MT High 77 to 101 – take your pick
I want to thank all of you for the special words on my Scooter blog post. I know most of you understand how we feel.
When we arrived at our spot in Helena, it was 98 degrees. Getting set up just about did me in and I was sure glad to get the air turned on. We are staying on my brother-in-law’s lot where we always stay. This lot has been a wonderful option for us and we sure do appreciate it.
My sister, Judy, and her hubby, Don, fixed dinner for us – burgers on the grill and they were sooo good. Especially since I didn’t have to do anything except show up. The next night I made spaghetti and I think everybody enjoyed it.
Wednesday we had lunch with one of my classmates and her hubby. The last time we saw them was in Quartzsite in October of 2016. I didn’t get a picture today but this is from Q.
Wanda and Dale
Seems like we have lots of errands to get done – nail trims for the fur kids. They also need baths. Do some grocery shopping, go to a few garage sales, let Jim play with his boat. You know – just life.
Our good friend, Paul, is in town for a few days so we’ve had a chance to get together with him. He and Jim went to a car show and drooled over all the old cars. However, they didn’t bring me a single picture for the blog.
Dianna (who refuses to have her picture taken) sold her house in Phoenix and moved to Missoula, MT where her daughter lives. She was in Helena so we met up for breakfast. She’s really happy with her decision to move back to Montana.
Tomorrow is the 4th of July. I really want to like this holiday but I just can’t. I can celebrate the birth of our great country but I sure wish it wasn’t celebrated with fireworks. We have had loud booming fireworks going off every night since last Friday and our poor dogs are really suffering. I can’t even begin to imagine how bad it must be for soldiers with PTSD.
However, I hope everyone is able to enjoy the day with family and friends and good food.