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  1. Montana Lady commented on Birdbrains about 11 hours ago

    Can’t wait until they can tell time!!
    Will they use Roman Numerals?

  2. Montana Lady commented on Benitin y Eneas about 13 hours ago

    Good Morning, Vagabonds,

    Got up to 89 here yesterday with 36% humidity. Ah……Summer!

    Mark, our computer is also VERY old and slow………two keys keep sticking, the k and the f, and the space bar works only part time. Not sure how long I’ll be able to remain sane!

  3. Montana Lady commented on Big Top 1 day ago

    LOVE Rob’s colors and drawings today!

    Good Morning, Everyone,
    We got back late last night! What a great trip, but two weeks is way toooooooooooooo long! It’s going to take a while tof get all that laundry done and stuff put away.

    So, I’ll stop by your breakfast bar and pick up some Huevos Rancheros. Thanks a lot, Grog.

  4. Montana Lady commented on Birdbrains 1 day ago

    And that is a problem because………….???

  5. Montana Lady commented on Benitin y Eneas 1 day ago

    Good Morning, Vagabonds,

    We are sooooooooooo glad to be back home! Two weeks is a VERY long time! But, the wedding was incredibly awesome, and it was so good to see the entire family! Our last few days on the road included your very hot Las Vegas, Jan! I don’t know how you do it! Heat is just not my thing. Where is that big “wheel”? Can you see it from the freeway? LV sure looses money on this pair of “tourists”. We only stop for gas up north at Sam’s Club. I might add, that the monsoonal clouds were a welcome relief on Friday. We passed through around 11 a.m. and it was only 99.

    Speaking of gas……the highest we encountered was $4.03 for 87 octane in San Diego. The lowest was Sam’s Club in No. LV at 3.55. Home was 3.63 for 88 octane. What are some of the gas prices around your cities, Vagabonds?

    There are new speed limits in Utah and Idaho……….80 mph in the areas between towns. I don’t know if Montana will be next or not.

    Mark……….great question! I know who you mean, and have enjoyed him in many films, including the Cheshire Cat in Alice in Wonderland. I LOVE your trivia questions!

  6. Montana Lady commented on Benitin y Eneas 5 days ago

    Oh, by the way………………Arthur, I noticed a change in your avatar. Jack said it was a TBF or a TBM. Did you fly them? I’ll send you a picture he just took this June at the MCAS Miramar museum in San Diego.

  7. Montana Lady commented on Benitin y Eneas 5 days ago

    Good Morning, Vagabonds,

    We’re spending one more day here in Palmdale, then it’s the big trek home……………..across the HOT desert! Not looking forward to that part. Once we get past St. George, it will cool down quite a bit.

    The Mojave Desert sure could use some of your rain, Mark! There is a noticeable difference in the shrubbery. In some places they are all dead, and more and more sand dunes are appearing.

    Have a great week end, everyone. We should be home late Saturday night. :))

  8. Montana Lady commented on Benitin y Eneas 6 days ago

    Good Morning, Vagabonds, and Welcome to Mardan. I hope your stay here will be filled with fun!

    One more day of events here in SoCal. I am soooooo looking forward to R & R at home!

  9. Montana Lady commented on Benitin y Eneas 6 days ago

    Hi, Everyone,
    We are in a “lull” between events, so I want to enter Jan’s trivia contest. Some answers were already given, so here is my 2 cents worth:

    1. Murphy’s Romance
    4. My Fellow Americans
    5. Sunset
    6. Move Over Darling
    7. besides those mentioned ……Donald Pleasance, Richard Attenborough,

    There are two other really good films he did……The Americanization of Emily with Julie Andrews, and 36 Hours with Eva Marie Saint. And, of course, the two Support movies were silly, and gosh, I could go on and on! Dang……..what a terrific actor he was!

  10. Montana Lady commented on Benitin y Eneas 7 days ago

    Good Morning, Vagabonds,

    We have had non-stop partying going on! And, that means non-stop EATING!!!!! One more day here in San Diego, and then we all go our separate ways! We’ve said some
    “good byes” today, and the rest tomorrow, and then we head home on Wednesday.

    The wedding was absolutely fabulous, and of course, the Bride was beautiful and the Groom quite handsome! They will be on their way to Paris on Wednesday. (They’ll always have Paris! sigh)

    We have to go through Utah, and they are celebrating their Pioneer Days, when the Mormons made it over the hill to settle in Salt Lake City. Sooooooooo……there should be all kinds of disruptions in travel for all the festivities. Don’t know if it will affect us or not.