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5 week trip

Total miles on the road: 6100 miles (93.84 hours at 65 MPH, new butt should arrive next Wednesday)

Total miles in the air: 2500 miles

Total caffeine consumed: way to much

I've seen everything from snow to sun, rain to clear sky's, and bright blue to dark grey.

I have driven from sea level to 6500'. One flight took me to 39,000'.

There are no Starbucks in Kalispell, MT. I checked out two local joints and found the caffeine content to be a little low. I love Kalispell and would move there if they had a Trader Joes and Starbucks. The hills, trees, and 70 MPH speed limit on back two lane roads. Life is good in MT.

Next Monday is my 14 year anniversaries. How can I remember my anniversaries you ask? As most of you know I am a GM Woodchuck. My two favorite GM motors are the 327 small block and the 427 big block. My anniversaries is on March 27. (3/27.....327...) 14 years even after her mother canceled the wedding. That's a story in itself.


Kelsgarden said…
you are just a phase I am going through remember . . .

crap - that's Monday already?

I mean, I knew it was 3/27 . . . but it is March already huh? geez, I'm so-o-o behind

hey, you ordered that new butt without my input!
Woodchuck said…
Don't worry, I ordered the sport model...
Kelsgarden said…
with or without the sheepskin cover?
Unknown said…
This is seriously the saddest thing I've even seen.

A woodchuck and squirrel get out to do more fun things than I do.

Must. Find. Life.
Bert said…
Are you married to Kel?

I can't believe this website. Travel Penguin and this....

My eyes, my eyes...
Woodchuck said…
You just gotta love the Penguin. A fat furry little woodland creature and a proud flighless bird wondering the globe.

And yes, I'm married to kel, at least that is what the fine print says.

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