Trey and Susan Adventures

We had been following the World Series very closely. The Astros had a phenomenal year and they were doing excellent in the post-season. We were in the middle of a horse field (manure and all) in Texarkana finishing up an RV Rally and trying to decide what to do next. We had planned to drive to the Natchez Trace to watch the leaves turn, but cold and rain for forecast for the area for almost two weeks. If we waited out the weather, the leaves would probably all be gone. 

Since leaving Yellowstone NP and Idaho, we have traveled through Kansas, Arkansas, and almost to Texas (we stayed 2 exits away!) It has been a busy six weeks filled with work and some catching up with friends.

It has been a wonderful summer and we have cherished every moment we have spent here. We have made great progress in our work and have some amazing diversions when we took time off. Staying so close to Yellowstone National Park has been a blessing and something we'd like to repeat in the future. During our last few trips into the park the thought of leaving this placed loomed in our minds.

Most of our errands had been to Rexburg or Idaho Falls in the South. This was an hour to hour and a half drive we take twice a month for groceries or other things we might need but can't find locally. We learned of a photography class in Bozeman, MT and decided to drive north for errands this time. The class covered the brand of cameras we have owned for the past ten years and we looked forward to learning more about the menu system and how the camera worked.

One smoky Sunday after church we decided to visit the Earthquake Lake Visitor's Center. Even though it was quite close to us, we had just recently been alerted to its presence (thanks, Chris!). It was interesting to learn about the 1959 earthquake that changed the landscape of this area.

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