Helena, MT High 100 Low 63
I’m back. We used all of our data gigabytes so I haven’t been able to read blog posts for a few days. Hopefully I can catch up shortly.
My heart aches for those firefighters in Arizona who lost their lives and for their families and friends. I pray that the winds will die down and give the other firefighters a chance to get this fire under control with no more loss of life.
Dustin Deford is from Ekalaka, MT and moved to AZ in January to join this elite group of firefighters.
We are having above record temperatures here in Helena. We should reach 100 today. All those hot temps from the Southwest have moved north – way north into Canada. Hopefully by this week-end we should be back down into the 80’s. We are lucky because the nights cool down into the 60’s. Not like Phoenix where it just doesn’t cool off.
Jim has been fishing but not much catching yet. Too many boats out on the water this week but hopefully next week he’ll be able to get him some fish. Just like in Arizona, he sits for hours in his boat getting everything just perfect.
I’m still fighting with the computer. Slowly figuring out some of the issues but then I find more things that don’t make sense. I figure as long as I can read blogs, e-mail, and find my pictures, I’m good to go.
Saturday we went to a Blast from the Past car show. There were over 400 cars and trucks to drool over. Just a few pictures of some of my favorites.
There were row upon row of cars. We certainly got our walk in today.
Some folks definitely have a sense of humor.
Everybody loves old cars. All I could think about when I saw him was the Statue of Liberty.
We stopped to talk to these folks with this beautiful Mastiff. Jim mentioned to him that when we had stopped in Livingston to get something to drink on our way to Helena, he had seen a dog like that in the back of a Mini Cooper. Same guy, same dog. Small world. Big dog.