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Tuesday, April 7, 2009

A Thousand Trips In & Out of the RV

It sure seemed like a thousand trips up and down those RV stairs and then down the stairs to store all the stuff in the basement. And, as we have sold this RV, everything has to come out and into storage--may take a few more days.

Michael plowed some more snow today in order to give the two horses a couple round bales of hay.

Just after lunch we headed to Billings for the haircut and a couple other errands--I needed some muslin for quilt backs--got it for a great price--when I walked into the store there were sale fliers in a basket containing coupons for 40% off any one regular priced item. I needed two different sizes of muslin so I called Michael on his cellphone and told him to come into the store, he was buying muslin today so we could each use a 40% off coupon!!

Got a surprise when I walked into the hair salon--my hairdresser was obviously pregnant, due around the first of June--she, husband and three year old are very excited. She also had some other news today--her husband is a policeman for the city of Billings and he was shot in the face with a BB gun by a 15 year old two weeks ago. The 15 year old is very lucky that her husband nor his partner killed him!

We had late lunch, early dinner at our favorite restaurant, CJ's. Nat's cellphone has been on the blink lately so we stopped by the Verizon store and got him a new phone--one without a camera and other buttons he is always pushing by mistake and then can't figure out what he did. When we got back to Big Timber, we delivered his phone and spent some time visiting with him.

The drive up the Boulder tonight was beautiful with the moon glowing off all that snow!

1 comment:

  1. In a short 1700 mile drive, you too could be in beautiful Red Bay Alabama checking out the new Tiffin Motorhomes at the factory:)We wish you the best in your search for a new RV...Good luck with the snow melt and the move out of your Tin Teepee...Hugs..Jim & Ellie


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