Billings, MT – Still the same
Dillon, MT - High 37 Low 35
After our nap we headed back to the hotel for the class pictures and an excellent dinner. I didn’t take any pictures that night but here are a couple that others have posted. Don’t have the class picture yet so I’ll post it when it shows up.
Just one big problem with this whole reunion thing. We didn’t get home until 11:30 p.m. That is really late for us and since we had to get up for church at 8:30, it took us two days to recover. But such a good time.
The next couple of days were spent catching up with good friends, Tracy and Jeff, and Judy and Gary. We also went out to dinner at the Olive Garden with the kids, Todd and Michaela, one more time.
Sure do love those two.
This was the sky over the Olive Garden. Looks like rain to me.
We had originally thought we were going to Yellowstone Park this week-end. We were going to leave Friday because we had reservations in the park on Saturday for four nights. Mother Nature decided to change those plans for us when she dumped snow on the park. Our little Bungalow is definitely not made for cold weather so we needed to head south.
Snow on those mountains.
Only one problem. Before we ran into the snow problem, we had called and requested our mail be sent to the kids’ house. It wasn’t going to show up until Thursday. Thursday morning we hitched up, dumped and filled the fresh water tank and then about 11:30 we were able to pick up our mail and head down the highway.
One of the many smaller fires that had to be dealt with this summer.
The Yellowstone River
Spent the night at a small campground in Whitehall, MT. It was cold and rainy but not snowing. We came over Bozeman Pass and this it what it looked like.
This is what it looks like today from the web cam.
Today we decided to go an additional 55 miles to Dillon, MT and wait for the sun to come out tomorrow. It snowed on us but there was no accumulation. Here in Dillon it isn’t snowing but it sure is cold. 37 degrees.