http-equiv='refresh'/> Tin TeePee/Log Cabin: Planning

Saturday, April 12, 2014


It wasn’t as hot today and our early morning walk was pleasant.  Ms. Emmi received a bath and haircut in preparation for our departure—she really didn’t see the need for all that fuss but my nose told us otherwise—she was a dirty pooch! 

We have lots going on the next few day, our friends Angie and Ralph arrive Sunday afternoon plus Gina and Rollie are due back here Monday afternoon.  Our plans are to leave here Tuesday morning bright and early heading for Moab, UT.  Larry and Geri are going with us and will serve as our tour guides while we do some ATVing and boondocking.  We will then head home to Montana about Easter Sunday. 

IMG_0619-001Palo Verde tree in bloom

This afternoon we spent some time at Larry and Geri’s talking about our trip and looking at some of their maps and books—the scenery looks spectacular and we are looking forward to this little side trip—the weather should be cooler there, too.

Well, our house/land/property search just didn’t pan out this year.  We made an offer on a house here in North Ranch, a foreclosure, but the bank thought it was worth a lot more than we did.  So, maybe next year—we do have plans to come back to North Ranch this fall staying on a private lot.


IMG_0625Easter decorations in North Ranch.


  1. have a great time on your side trip!

  2. You will love Moab. Have fun. Becki

  3. Your travel plans are appealing. We'll get to tour that area of Utah in the years ahead. We'll look forward to your blog.

  4. You will have a great time in Moab. Looking forward to your report from that area. Safe travels.

  5. The Arches National Park in Moab is spectacular, you're really going to love it. Safe travels.

  6. Moab in just a couple days will be so difficult. But enjoy what time you have there. Travel safely!


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