We're having trouble leaving Montana. We have extended our stay and extended our stay. We'll either leave here Friday or Sunday morning. Because of that, our exploration of the upper peninsula of Michigan won't happen on this trip. It looks like a really interesting part of the country and merits more than a cursory look so we'll leave it for its own trip. Even in retirement, there just isn't enough time.
After making the decision to extend our stay here, we took it easy today. Dave helped a friend with a few issues on his coach and I organized the last few days of this excellent adventure. We will probably just move at a comfortable pace from this weekend until we arrive in the Buffalo area the 26th of July for a family wedding.
The dogs seem to have really enjoyed their time at this park. We're all relaxed and happy with the calm atmosphere. Lewis has even made a new friend. Polly - avert your eyes.
|Chloe clearly is smitten with the tall, dark and handsome stranger|
|she's not as sweet as she appears - in reality she's quite the little devil|
Dave and I attended a wine and appetizer party on the club deck this evening. A interesting group of people are drawn to this park. We had a long conversation with a woman whose hometown was Payson, Arizona. She talked about her time riding and shooting with the Cowboy Mounted Shooting Association. Check it out on Google, sounds like a really fun spectator sport. Her husband is a retired Northwest Airline pilot and they're traveling around with their 13 year old black lab., trying to "find themselves" What a hoot they are!
The sunset tonight was beautiful but the battery on my camera crapped out as I was taking pictures to show you.....Ah well, deep breath Suzi....sigh.