The road past it was closed... and... depending on which-a-way ya'll is comin' from... might still be! :)
Passed this lil' sign on the way out...
On the way - IN - the gate that had shut the road was open... and no sign...
so... there seems to be a lil' difference of opinion with in the road control officienados...
'course... some might consider the road to be less then prime... if ya'll is drivin' a corvette...
Yeah... I know the mud flaps are goin' the wrong way... if I just crossed that ditch...
And then (Trying to pay attention Thomas! :) Inside joke!)... I backed up into it again... and didn't think to pull the flap up so ya'll would never know it was a "Retake"! :)
anyhoo... it's a real pretty run back up in there through heavy timber. When you do get an opening... you're looking at the Swan Range of Mountains that run down the west side of The Bob Marshall Wilderness... and... the... Uh... heck, I forget the Wilderness that's just on the South Side of the Bob...
|*The Swan Range in Montana*|
Supposed to be good Griz habitat... so I checked my window switch a couple times to make sure the window would go up... just in case... 'cause ever'body knows... a 1/4" piece of glass will plumb shut down a mad 900 lb Bear! :)
The streams have started slowin' down in the high country... and the drop is rolling on down stream... so the folks on the big rivers should be getting some relief soon... A few of the higher streams have even gone dry...
Been getting a lot of mail recently... Several from folks talkin' how I inspired them to step out on their own adventure... whatever that choice of theirs is... That's a pretty rewarding thing... For people to let you know you made an impact. It's a little intimidating too... knowing that there's all sorts of roadblocks they'll run in to... and hoping I don't catch too much of the heat for that! :)
Then... there's some... Like my Sis... who take exception... with some of my "Grammar" :) so... let me just say here... I know the difference twixt then and than... it's just that sometimes, my fingers outrun my brain... and my eyes don't catch the goof... and then "Me and I" ... uh... I ain't no english teacher... and sometimes... I just write it how I say it... sort of Tongue in cheek? ... so know that I accept the critique with a smile, as I'm sure it's intended... and will do me best :) to write gud and proper! :)
Well if I'm gonna get that album tied up with a bow... I better git after it!
Putting Leather Together... and Studyin' up on Gud English! :)
I am old enough to remember how much hot water ole Dizzy Dean got into when he started as an announcer for baseball. As a kid I enjoyed the way he butchered english, and I enjoy how you can turn a phrase. Don't change anything.
By by the way,how are your contacts working out?
I'm not sure about the other folks. But you inspire me to get a move on my dreams! We'll be full timing by next spring! I've been talking about it for two years. Now we're actually getting rid of our "stuff" and narrowing down the planning stages. I got to say. It's scary as all get out! But a good kind of scary.. :)
Jerry; Not to worry... Not sure I could correct my gud anglish anyhoo! :) ... as for the contacts... I've not given up on 'em yet, though I've not been wearing them much. When I can get 'em in, I can see real well... trouble is, the damn things are like saran wrap, they won't leave my finger! It's like the suckers are glued there... Tried dry finger, wet finger... humming a rock tune while holding my foot in the air hopping in a circle and waving my free hand... NADA! I gotta get somebody to hold the dang thing in my eye with a sharp stick so I can pull my finger out!... and so thin, it's impossible to tell without putting one in, if it's inside out or not... So, after struggling for 15 or 20 minutes... I find out it's inside out and have to start all over!!! arrrrrrghh!
I'm NOT impressed with Bausch and Lombe (sp?) contacts... Otherwise... They're Great! :)
Joe; Many Thanks! :)You'll love it... Takes a bit to "slide" into the "sustainable" routine and pace... but... once you do... Suh-Wheet!
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