Montana is really an amazing place. We live in a valley called the Bitterroot, and there are mountains on two sides of us. A river runs through the middle of the valley, and really -- it is just incredibly lovely.
I am enjoying my last Saturday here for a couple of weeks. Next Saturday at this time I hope to be safely landed in Washington DC where we are going for Part 1 of the Jake/Cassie wedding. I H-A-T-E to fly and have felt dread about it for weeks -- sigh. But what can I do?? I am resigned to my fate, whatever that is -- if only I drank...
So we (hopefully) arrive in DC on Saturday with Jake, Cassie and her parents. The first ceremony is on Wednesday and then we hop back in another one of those @#$% airplanes and go back to Utah (I hope and pray) where Thursday includes a wedding breakfast for immediate family, another ceremony, and a very large reception (thank goodness we have the groom!). The Montana branch of the family (Galen, dogs, cats, and me) will then come back up to this beautiful valley.
Do you have any recommendations for "must see/do" in DC? I would love to hear them!
In the meantime, here are some pictures from our relaxing Saturday in Montana where our feet on firmly on the (lovely) ground...
This is Asia working on her gardening.
Seriously -- how cute is this puppy?! This is, of course, Sydney, doing what she does best -- looking adorable.
Here is my Bernese Mountain Retriever, Zoey -- look at how happy she is to be playing fetch with her ball!
Zoey wants to know if you still think she has big ears?
Or light eyes?
I hope you are enjoying a lovely June weekend, free of airplanes and other scary things.