HAPPY INDEPENDENCE DAY!!
We're spending it outside of Lovell Wyoming camping and rockhounding by the river. It's hot, but better than sitting at home.
Take care & stay safe
Just a note to let everyone know that I am still alive and well.
I have very little to no stitching or needlework designing mojo going on, it has been this way for over a year.
My laptop has been down for several months, Windows 10 did one of it's auto updates and then it wouldn't boot back up. Tried a few quick fixes that didn't work, now just waiting to get it into a shop to see if someone else can fix it. Don't know when that will be.
I had to start using the Hubs computer, which doesn't have all the stuff that was on mine, then it got worse. Updated his from Windows XP to Windows 10 and we lost all of our newer bookmarks and photo files. What a mess.
No camping so far this year. The trucking company he works for was sold and with all the new changes and people quitting it has been a nightmare. He has had no time off unless it's been a paid holiday or the weekend.
We went rock hounding in Wyoming but it was so windy with blowing sand (I felt like I was in a sandblaster) and hot I forgot to take any pictures.
So if you want to see a bit of what we've been up to lately, stop by his YouTube and check out the new videos he's posted. Link's in the sidebar.
Until next time.....
Take Care and Stay Safe
I totally lost track of posting again, sorry about that.
Here are a few pic's from our August trip to the Big Horn Mountains...
Our campsite was amazing this time...
No cow's at this spot, just a small river, hiking trails and native wildlife.
There were trails to wander that either went up onto the hill or down along the the river. I never tired of walking them.
Here's our first trip to the Big Horn Mountains for this year.
It was a new spot for us, our usual spot was destroyed when they decided to level everything out by bringing out truck loads of slide dirt. Ruined the spot and the dirt could have been put to better use on some of the really ruff roads in the mountains.
It was a nice enough spot with a pretty view,
I'm not at all happy about it, But this was my weekend....
Usually it holds off until close to the last week of the month, but not this year. Possibly more for the coming weekend with temps in the teens and low 20's-30's.
We were not ready for this fluffy white crap and had to scramble to winterize the 5th wheel, get all the freezable stuff from the storage compartments and inside. Took a couple hours for that, then on to the outbuildings and making sure the vehicles were good on the anti-freeze and the sand bags were in the back of the truck. We still need to cover the Rhino, but the hubs has the keys to the shed with him 40 miles away, oh well, maybe after he gets home tonight.
We wanted to get in a couple of weekend camping trips, but so far it's not looking to promising. Oh well, we'll settle for a few day trips if we have to when the snow melts here and there.
That's for today, so until next post....
Take Care & Stay Safe Everyone