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On the road again.

Leave on Wednesday for Spokane and Missoula.

Thursday on to Great Falls and Whitefish/Kalispell

Friday in Whitefish and Kalispell

Saturday in Kalispell and then a sort 9 hour drive home.


I think that I'm getting worn out just thinking about it.

Comments

WickedHamster said…
I'd hide out in Kalispell until the garden tour was over if I were you...
Me said…
Don't you ever go to Iowa?
Travel said…
Drive safe, it should be pretty out there at this time of the year.

DG
Woodchuck said…
I so want to see Iowa, I've never been to that part of the country.
WickedHamster said…
"I so want to see Iowa, I've never been to that part of the country." Easy enough to get the feel. Make a pancake, paint it green, stare at it for hours on end without moving. Voila! Iowa! ;-)

(They don;t call me Wicked for nothing!)
Travel said…
Insult Iowa at your own risk, those Pork Queens can be brutal (even in a musuem in Athens.)

DG
Kelsgarden said…
{glaring at WH} but you have your own name tag for the garden tour WC -

And I am ignoring the "short 9 hour drive home" comment - you know I HATE when you do that!
WickedHamster said…
Hey! DG's the one that mentioned Pork Queens. (And did you know, the princesses in a Pork Queen's court are termed "Porkettes"? I lived in Minnesota for years and thus picked up much Iowa lore.)
Woodchuck said…
The Porkettes...so not going there....

9 hour drive...well not really. I stop every 2-3 hours, so think of it as 3-4 little drives in a row.

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