Friend’s Day The Sequel
You never have enough time in Yellowstone or Grand Tetons so we poked around the “flats” and the dam area before we finally headed out. The weather was rainy and windy, the clouds low as we crested the 9800 foot pass leading out of the valley. At Debois we stopped for coffee and a break in the tiring drive and it turned into lunch and excellent pie at the Cowboy Cafe. Cute town and the rain stopped as we completed the 150 mile drive to Lander to see our friends, the Warners. We arrived a bit early so I got the oil changed and a superficial car and trailer wash. However the most exciting moment was the ceremonial removing of the yoga mats we had taped on the trailer three months earlier to protect it from stones on the Alcan. They worked well, no stone scars or scratches. We had a lovely time with Steve, Brenda and Elsie, Brenda’s mom who we knew in Virginia and now lives here with them. It was a late night after fine Thai food and lots of conversations that we tucked into our trailer at the city park.
Cadillac’s Most Correct Viewpoint
I secured my Why Oming state coordinator, Brenda, and she will do an admirable job - but it ought to be easy because it seems everyone one loves me here. Brenda, of course, adores me. With this state complete we head to more, somewhere. Writing to Ms McKinley makes me miss her more. I can hardly wait for us to reach Minnesota where she will meet me to campaign together. Meanwhile she is busy with her work in Alaska but she writes every day and she has a lot of great advice. What a team we are making.