Leaving Dillon, MT Wednesday morning we stopped in Whitehall and filled the motorhome with diesel—$350 for 137 gallons—that’s the least we’ve paid for diesel in a long, long time!! We stopped at Nat’s and I fixed us a quick lunch while we visited—it was good to see him again and little Emmi was glad to see Granddad too!
We unloaded the jeep at Nat’s and Michael went ahead in the motorhome while I stopped at the post office to retrieve a few weeks of mail. After five months and three days we are back up the Boulder—it’s good to be home!
The motorhome is unloaded and a large portion of the stuff is put away. The washer/dryer have been going non-stop all day and even Emmi got washed and dried!
It’s spring time in Montana—we woke to snow/rain and it’s cold—but that’s normal for May, unfortunately! We do have leaves on the cottonwood trees and the aspen will leaf out soon. I had some rosy red finches at the feeder today, soon we will see lazuli buntings.
Life is good.