Tuesday, August 6, 2013
Trip to Missoula
Aunt Eloise, John and I went into town to have lunch at a place called Hu Hot Mongolian Grill. This was our first time to try it but Aunt Eloise had been there once before and liked it. It is a very unique dining experience. You get a bowl and fill it with whatever meat, noodles and fresh vegetables you like and top it off with some of their special sauces then bring it to the “grill warriors” who stir fry it over a large round hibachi grill. The food was delicious.
The grill warriors hard at work.
This morning we were off early to Missoula with Aunt Eloise to attend the baptism of two of her grandsons. John had never met them so this was a perfect time for that. We attended the church service then attended a picnic by the Bitterroot River where the baptism ceremony was held. Lots of friendly people and good food.
Aunt Eloise’s grandson Matthew giving his testimony.
Aunt Eloise’s grandson Joe giving his testimony.
John’s cousin Cindy was also there. It was good to see her again.
Since it was a three hour road trip to Missoula we spent the night there with Joe, Matthew and the rest of their family. Aunt Eloise was able to spend additional time with her grandsons and John had the opportunity to get acquainted with them.
This morning Joe and Matthew played a little music for us before he headed back to Kalispell. These two guys are very very talented.
Matthew and Joe.
Matthew and Joe with Aunt Eloise.
While we were gone overnight Fred spent the night at Dogtown Retreat in Kalispell.
This was Fred’s house at Dogtown. He had his own house, yard, bed and a radio. Yes, I do believe he liked it and is spoiled.
If you look closely you can see his bed and blanket.
Fred enjoyed his little mini vacation but was glad to see us when we picked him up.
Laugh everyday. Happy trails. Stay safe.