|The night in Pocatello was cold – very cold, and when you have a furnace acting up you just don’t appreciate that cold. We had a quick breakfast and were on the road shortly after. We had been rolling north for about 20 minutes when “some guy” pulled alongside us and honked the horn like crazy. It was first when he had passed us that I realized who “that guy” really was. They were Gerald and Theresa from Saskatchewan. We had been neighbours for 4 weeks at the Hot Springs LTVA. Gerald and Theresa had then left for spending some time at Quartzsite. And that was the last time we saw them – until now meeting them on I-15.|
RV Meeting at Twin Bridges, MT
We both turned off I-15 at Dillon,MT and coming to Twin Bridges we stopped and had lunch at “The Shack”. Gerald and Theresa have a big white Pyrenees dog, called Buddy. Buddy was allowed to say Hello to Molly and I’m sure that Molly did not understand how in the world this dog, which she has seen every day in the desert did pop up out here all of a sudden.
It was one of the great memorable moments one can experience when traveling.
We carried on down the road and reached Great Falls,MT at around 4:30pm. And that was enough driving for us. Wally World has a great location in town so that’s where you would have found us, if you would have looked.
We have found an RV-storage in Calgary where we will drop off our trailer tomorrow. The place also has a U-Haul Truck rental which is the perfect combination for me, once I have returned to the city on April 15. I have also a reservation for an RV-Park in Canmore,AB and that’s where I’ll be living all summer while driving coach for Canada Coach Lines Inc.
We might get some flurries tomorrow, however serious snow will not start before Wednesday at which time we will have started on the next 3000 miles across the country. :-)
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