The smoke is gone–hopefully for good this season. Sunday evening a cold front blew through bringing much cooler temps and almost an inch of rain–and temps have remained cool–it was 35 degrees early Tuesday morning!
Sunday afternoon was bittersweet–we joined our friend Shirley and family in celebrating the life of Shirley’s husband George. It was a beautiful Montana afternoon by the river outside their home–George would have loved having all the family, friends and neighbors visit.
Monday I spent quilting–I was determined to finish that little quilt of Jeane’s–didn’t happen, darn it!! Maybe I will finish it tomorrow! Monday was a rainy, chilly day and we even enjoyed a fire in the wood burning stove. I made a pot of chili after lunch planning to have it for supper–and realized I had no chili powder. I’m glad Joe and Tammy had come for George’s memorial–Tammy had chili powder!
Yoga this morning and then we were off to see another motorhome–this one much closer to home–in Livingston. It’s a 2001 Beaver Marquis–in reasonably good condition for a seventeen year old motorhome–filthy of course but what else is new! Has all the power the Cowboy was looking for as well as all the features I wanted–now we just have to decide if we want a 42 foot motorhome! We had thought of going smaller but just haven’t found anything small we like enough to purchase. So, we will see!
The view from the pasture where this Beaver motorhome was sitting was not bad–
And while we had rain it snowed in the mountains closing the Beartooth Pass–haven’t heard if it’s reopened. The next photo is the webcam at Glacier National Park Logan Pass parking lot (Distinctly Montana Facebook page). There is a huge fire burning in and around Glacier National Park–let’s hope this rain/snow put a damper on that fire!