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Wednesday, August 18, 2010

They Are Here

Gina and Rollie called about 11am and said they were in Big Timber.  They almost made it to our house last night spending the night in Reed Point which is only about 40 miles from us!  We waited about twenty minutes then headed down the driveway to meet them.They made it Rollie drove that big ole rig up our driveway like a pro and got it turned around and parked. 

It was so good to see them—they got parked and set up, we took a tour of our new motorhome and spent some time on our deck. 

Zoey made herself right at home—Emmi wasn’t impressed—that was her Dad, her chair and her duck—who was this strange dog???Zoey and the duck

We enjoyed an early supper of pork tenderloin, roasted potatoes, salad for some of us and good wine.  Rollie got to enjoy lots of cream cheese pound cake along with the rest of us. 

After supper we took a drive over to our local tourist attraction about which I have blogged in the past, Natural Bridge State Park.  In times of high water, the river runs down a hole and over the top of the rock “bridge” creating a spectacular waterfall.  In lower water times such as now, all the river flow disappears through the hole and come out at the bottom of the falls—not as spectacular but still interesting and worth seeing.Gina and Rollie in front of the falls You can see the river above and to the right of Gina and Rollie—it disappears into a hole and comes out below.


Gina and Rollie taking in the view After all that hiking we came home and had some more pound cake.  Gina got great photos of a couple mule deer bucks with beautiful racks.  We were looking for bears but none tonight.

A great day showing Montana to our friends.

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