Thursday, August 24
Reggie, Roger, and I go into Big Timber with a collection of dirty laundry.
I load up the machines and then the crew and I set out for a walk around the neighborhood.
Come along with us!
“Be on your best behavior, you two. You can pretend not to hear me, but I know you do.”
I’m soon enchanted by the lovely homes.
This one has a rocking-chair porch.
Someone has put a lot of love and care into their home.
The dormer windows on this stone house are a pleasing accent. Also the little, white chair by the steps.
Porch chairs create an atmosphere of warmth and comfort. . . a place for quiet conversation.
We pass a creation-in-progress, including a water feature (at left below).
“Uh-oh. Kitty has been remodeling without a permit.”
I wonder what it would be like to be a photographer for an architecture magazine. Houses are fun to photograph.
These porch chairs represent a different style and personality than the ones in the previous photos.
Another kind of home . . .
We double-back past the laundromat.
This handmade quilt is displayed in front of the shop next door.
A large mural covers a concrete wall on the other side of the street.
Those sheep remind me of our Pagari Bridge camp in Idaho . . .
Reggie and Roger pause to investigate a bed of flowers.
Roger goes in for a sniff.
“We’d better head back to the laundry. It’s probably time to load the dryers.”
Reg and Rog are not happy about waiting in the PTV!
Friday, August 25
We wake to a pink sunrise across the Yellowstone.
“What happy pups! You haven’t even had breakfast and you’re playing again!”
Well, the day has come to leave this camp. The days flew by. I wonder where we will be at sunset.
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Our front yard at Pelican Fishing Access Site, Big Timber, Montana