Saturday, March 20, 2010

Saturday Morning

There is snow on the ground this morning here on the Iowa border, but the sun is breaking through and at the moment no more of the dreadful stuff is falling from the sky.
The menfolk have gone to the cafeteria, while I took another hot bath.  {The one last night being for the purpose of cleanliness and recovery--the one this morning to fortify my mind!]
The men have "called home" to learn that Lander, WY received 22 inches of snow overnight.  I guess we made our get away in good time.
My friend Sue has a sister in the approximate area of our destination in KY--that good lady is out planting peas in her garden, so that is encouraging information.
Off to the cafeteria and then to sort the cats after their chilly night.  They have a ton of old quilts on the bed and have likely burrowed snugly.
Tomorrow should see us in Kentucky!

12 comments:

  1. Roll om Kentucky .... hugs Angie xxxx

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  2. I have been following your journey on a map. Such great distances compared to those on our small island. So pleased that you and the animals are all coping so well. Bon voyage!

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  3. Sounds like your timing is impeccable...escaped the big snow in Wyoming, and tomorrow is supposed to be quite nice in Kentucky, while Monday might bring a little rain. Hope the rest of the trip goes well and your first night in your new home will be wonderful.

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  4. Safe journey's for all of you.

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  5. I hope you've been able to capture the scene of the cats burrowed in the bed on film. What a pioneer journey, but it sounds fun. I'll look forward to seeing more pics of Kentucky when you arrive. You'll have to visit Stephen Foster's home in Bardstown, Kentucky, one of these days. Kentucky is wonderful and I think you'll enjoy it!

    Blessings,
    Dianne

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  6. Sunday afternoon and I was jut thinking about you and hoping that you'd arrived safely by now. Glad you are leaving all that snow behind you and that gardening will be able to be commenced straight away! (Well, once you've unpacked that is . . .)

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  7. I am lost somewhere between where you were and where you are headed. I will just have to trawl back through all your lovely posts and find where the trail went cold ... all the best, and TWO baths: what luxury! All the best and take care.

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  8. Where are you...(echoing in the night). I hear all sorts of bad things about the weather. Praying for safety for you all.

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  9. Hoping that you have arrived safely by now!

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  10. You must be there now ...good luck with the unpacking and making the animals feel at home xxxxxxxxx

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  11. Haven't heard from you since Saturday...hope that you got to Kentucky safely and have just been too busy unpacking to find a place with WiFi connection or to get the computer hooked up at your house. But still i'm concerned that we haven't heard from you at all...

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  12. What an expedition you endured! It is such due to the violent storms you passed through. I cannot wait for notes on the cats and horse traveling behaviors and the introduction to the new home. It looks beautiful especially the green grass.

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