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Thursday, July 19, 2012


Another one of those nasty hot days, really hot!  Emmi and I took a walk early this morning while Michael drove down to the main road to meet the steel delivery truck—the steel company delivers to the platinum mine just up the road from us and will drop off orders for Michael on their way to the mine—convenient.

Jerry and Wanda have been traveling from Mississippi heading to cooler weather in Columbia Falls, MT.  Last night they were in Douglas, WY and we knew it would be possible for them to make Big Timber today.  I left a comment last night and sent an email.  Guess who came for dinner all the way from Mississippi.  We met Jerry and Wanda in Cedar Key last winter—Wanda was the lady who says to me in the clubhouse, “are you the lady with the pink motorhome, my husband reads your blog.” 

And look what they brought me from an Arkansas road side stand:IMG_3965 Home grown tomatoes!! 

In spite of the heat we enjoyed a wonderful dinner out in the back yard in the shade—hamburgers, salad from the garden, some of that $$$ watermelon and cantaloupe.  It was so good to see them and visit again—we hope they find cooler temps tomorrow!

Life is good!


  1. And what a wonderful visit and meal it was! Thanks to you and Mike for the invitation. You have a beautiful home in a beautiful place. The drive back down the valley was great with all the deer everywhere. We made it safely without any personal wildlife encounters.

  2. Truly HOME grown. Bet they were the best tomatoes you've had for a long time!!

  3. What a hoot that Jerry and Wanda made it to your neck of the woods!

  4. Sure hope that watermelon was the best tasting ever. Glad that your friends were able to stop and visit for awhile.

  5. Glad to hear you had a great evening and visit with your friends.

  6. Finally caught up on your activities and you've both been quite busy. Dinner with friends seemed most pleasant. Home grown tomatoes! Those must have been very special indeed.


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