Thursday, August 18, 2011

RV ready to go.

John called to check on the progress of the RV first thing this morning. Everything was finished except the new decal which was to be delivered before lunch or shortly thereafter. This gave us time to have one last game of 10 Penny with Aunt Eloise.


Aunt Eloise dealing the cards.

After our game we enjoyed turkey sandwiches with chips and salsa. We had just finished with lunch when the call came saying the RV was ready to be picked up. It was hard to say goodbye to Aunt Eloise. John and I have really enjoyed our adventures and card games with her. We appreciate her hospitality to us while we were without our home. Thank you Aunt Eloise we love you very much.

Our first stop was to pick up Fred. He was so glad to see us and ride in the big white truck. The next stop was to pick up the RV then we were on our way.

I snapped a few pictures along the way. The scenery was very nice but my pictures were taken through a very dirty windshield.




Around 6:00 p.m. we stopped off at 4Bs Restaurant in Deer Lodge for a bite to eat. John was disappointed because they did not have the salad bar like the one in Polson did. He had to settle for ordering off the menu. Soon we were on the road again heading for Bozeman.

When we arrived at the Sunrise RV Park they were full so the clerk called over to the next park to check on vacancies for us. We were in luck so off we went.

Tonight we are staying at Osen’s RV park in Livingston, MT. I can’t tell what it really looks like because it was dark when we got here. They do have a fenced in dog run so I know Fred will like that.

Tomorrow we plan to head out to Cody, WY.

Laugh everyday. Happy trails. Stay safe.


  1. So glad you have your home back. You guys and Fred will sleep much better!

  2. Oh I bet Auntie is going to miss you guys terribly too... Glad you got your home back and safely arrived where you were headed...
    Have fun

  3. We're so happy for you that you're back in your own home, but know that you'll miss your Aunt Eloise. How nice of her to be there for you in your time of need.