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Monday Recap

Ok, so I left 40 minutes late at 5:40am.
Picked up the Squirrel at 10:45am in Spokane.
Had lunch in Spokane at 11:00am
Had dinner in Bozeman at 6:00pm...please note one hour time change.
Arrived at hotel in Billings at 9:00pm.

Total miles 965
Stops at Starbucks 3

My new butt is numb.


Anonymous said…
"My new butt is numb." They do transplants for those now?
Kelsgarden said…
told you to get the upgrade to gel implants -
Travel said…
Where can I find a replacement, my old one is developing flat spots?

Numbness happens when you do a full months driving in one day.

Woodchuck said…
And the worst part is I'm starting to wear the fur off as well.
Kelsgarden said…
TMI !!!!

Bert said…
Do you share your coffee cups? Very big for such wee creatures.
Kelsgarden said…
that does look a bit like a Starbucks "big gulp"
Kelsgarden said…
OK, it's Friday . . . the Title "Monday Recap" led us to believe that you might actually post again - and I see you on comments!

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