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Friday, January 24, 2014

This And That

We only got about an inch of snow from the last snowstorm and today the temps reached almost 50 degrees melting it all.  Our driveway is steep in places and sheltered by trees which block the sun.  As a result the two driving tracks are complete sheets of ice—the snow melts on top in the day time then freezes back at night—very treacherous! 

Yesterday and today Michael diligently worked on his family history project putting photos into albums and organizing the letters, newspaper articles, etc. into boxes and files.  I started quilting my little bunny quilt—it’s so sweet, I can’t wait until it’s finished.

Yesterday afternoon late we took dinner over to Lonn and LoraLee’s—Katie, our granddaughter, is back for a while—she teaches a combined class of first and second graders in a small school near Miles City, MT.  The school as been very understanding allowing Katie the time off she needs to be here. 

Tonight we had the pleasure of joining Sarge and Sarah for dinner at the Rib and Chop House in Livingston.   Dinner was delicious and the company was great—we haven’t seen Sarge and Sarah since before Christmas. 

IMG_9856View of the Crazy Mountains from Swingley Road going over to Livingston this evening. 


  1. Hard to believe it's January and there is no snow on those mountains. Just wanted to let you know you and your family have been in my thoughts and prayers.

  2. The down side to warmer days in a snowing!

    Still praying for family:)

  3. Ahhhh what we wouldn't give for a fifty degree day!!!!

    Karen and Steve
    (Blog) RVing: The USA Is Our Big Backyard

  4. Speaking with our son and daughter in law, who live in Edmonton, Alberta, the temperatures hovered well above 32 degrees...and it was melting there too. That is most unusual.

    Yesterday was an unusually grey day here in Yuma. The sun did not pop out once. But 70 degrees is nothing to complain about either.

  5. The weather sure switches from blizzards to sunshine and warmth pretty fast in Montana. Glad to see it's a warm spell right now.


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