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Jul 4, 2017 - Happy 4th of July

Happy 4th of July to all. Today is our last day in Rollins, Mt. We have really enjoyed our time here. The weather and views are just fantastic. Yesterday we took a drive to a nearby town (75 miles) Libby Montana. The drive was through mountains and valleys that were filled with one beautiful crystal clear lake after another. A few even had snow clad mountains in the background. Some of these lakes were really good size and there might be 10 boats on them. When we got to Libby, which is maybe 55 miles from Canada, we had lunch and then drove...

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Jun 27, 2017 - Reflections on California

I have been thinking about our time in California and there are a lot of things that are different there than Florida. I know, often, people talk about California being the land of fruits and nuts and I am not sure I would go that far, but there is a much different culture there. The first big difference is that being a big state, there are a lot of different cultures. There are the metropolitan areas from San Diego to San Francisco. The California everyone hears about. But there is a huge agricultural area in the central part of the state...

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Jun 26, 2017 - Camping in Montana

We have been in Montana at the same campground for a week now. Several people have asked me what in the world is there to do in Rollins, Montana that warrants a week there, much less two weeks. Well I will try to post some pictures, but first off the scenery is fantastic. Flathead Lake is one of the largest freshwater lakes west of the Mississippi and has the clearest cleanest water in he west. It is circled by 12,000 foot mountains that are snow capped still. We are located between the town of Polson and the town of Kalispel. Polson is a...

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Jun 18, 2010 - Rollins, MT.

On Friday from Bozeman, we drove to Rollins, Montana to visit friends that live on Flathead Lake. Terry is a Marine buddy and former commanding officer of Tom’s and we had visited them last year also. We arrived in mid afternoon after a much more sensible drive. Terry and Kay live in the most unusual home that they are in the process of completing construction of. Kay says they have been under construction now for ten years. Dinner that night was a delicious grilled specialty of Kay’s and afterwards we played Five Crowns which is a fun card...

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