Larry & Lee Ann's Journey travel blog

Oh no...

This one's not quite as bad...

But this is a mess!

Another pretty day...

Ready to go...

This guys a bit smaller than our last turtle encounter!

Jack & Barb on their Foldcat...

There are conoes available but we are the only folks on the...

See the blue heron on top of the middle tree, behind Larry?

He's aways back now, but I zoomed in for you!

Hey bro, there's a float tuber here now, he said to give...

Jack & Lou enjoying the fire and the conversation...

And my honey too...night


Not much to report here except beautiful weather and good fishing. Jack & Barb & Larry and I fished Bismark again today. It sounds like that's all we ever do doesn't it? Trust me, it's not. But the weather has been so beautiful it's just nice to putt around on our Paddleski. Have I mentioned lately how much we love it? 10 minutes and we're in the water wherever and whenever we like. It's awesome!

We arrived home in time to grab a bite to eat and head downtown for the music once again. Last year we encouraged the second entertainer this evening, Deach Koch to share his music with the world. Hey, he finally put out his own CD. Of course we purchased one and we love it! All of the music, lyrics, vocals, recording, mixing etc were done by he and his lovely wife Bonnie. You can check it out on their website and even hear a bit of each song. It will be a blessing to you, I promise. Especially the song entitled 'Dad', written this past Father's Day. Deach Kock Music

We finished off the evening out by the campfire. We sure will miss our nightly campfires after Jack & Barb leave Thursday morning. He's the official 'fireman'. I think we are all going to Cattleman's for one final dinner together tomorrow night. Other than that, it's laundry day tomorrow while we wait for a phone call from the claims adjuster. I don't know if I mentioned it earlier but we sustained damage to both A/C units in the hail storm Sunday. Just to the covers, not the actual units thankfully. But Larry had to get up on the roof and remove all of the broken pieces from inside before we could use them again. He got a couple of pretty good scratches for his efforts but thinks he got all the pieces out. I think we've decided to replace those covers now but wait on the awnings until we return to Vegas. No point in risking damage to new awnings over the next few months while still in this area. But we don't want to leave the A/C units exposed to the elements any longer than necessary.

Well, it's time to hit the sack. Another nice day spent here in the hills. Night...



Advertisement
OperationEyesight.com
Entry Rating:     Why ratings?
Please Rate:  
Thank you for voting!
Share |