SEVENS ARE WILD

By: joealaska, 3:11 PM GMT on September 17, 2014

I am just a few photos short of 7000 posted. #7000 will happen sometime today. I am also 2 courses short of playing my 700th golf course. The course I will probably play later today is one of the two courses at Prairie Club. I already have played this course, tomorrow I will try to play the other one. This club rotates the courses daily, with one open to the public, the other one open only to members. Good system.

I tee off around 4 PM to take advan...

THAT DARN CAT. Chapter 23.

By: joealaska, 5:11 PM GMT on September 14, 2014

When we pulled in here on Friday afternoon, Dutchie did her usual reconnoiter right away, as usual. I have hesitated in the past to let her out immediately, but why wait? Oh sure, I give a quick glance to see if there is a dog nearby, or are we near a busy road, something obvious. But as soon as she gets out, she does the same thing from the stair steps. Then she explores the nearby surroundings. Usually it is not too long before she returns, completing the loo...

697 on 9-11.

By: joealaska, 5:30 PM GMT on September 13, 2014

Well the Leggs Wagon Train landed in Blackhawk, South Dakota on Friday afternoon. I have committed to staying here 4 nights, may stretch it to a week. The weather during the drive was perfect, although it was a bit windy. The sun was out and temperatures were cool. We closed the door on Montana, at least for now. The route caught a bit of Wyoming, too, then South Dakota. The antelope were out and playing in force while I drove through. Normally they are fair...

MONTANA AT 41 DEGREES

By: joealaska, 4:38 PM GMT on September 10, 2014

Yesterday they were predicting rain for today. Well, it started last night and went through today. At times it was just a mist. But the day was gloomy, and around 50 degrees. I did not play golf. I could have. The rain stopped by late afternoon. If TODAY was a day that followed a month of 30 degree temperatures, I would have been OUT THERE. But I know it will be back to the 80s in a couple days, so I will wait for better conditions.

I took advanta...

FLIES TIME

By: joealaska, 11:54 PM GMT on September 08, 2014

We are back to using the AC during the day and heater at night. It is 85 right now and sunny. And a big change is coming from Canada. Cold. Tomorrow the HIGH is going to only be 57. Wednesday it looks like rain and a high of 51. That night the low will be right at 33. Thursday it will get up to 54 with more rain. Friday is my next moving day, still unsure to where, but I am leaning to somewhere SOUTH. It will be back up to 62 for that drive. Next week back...

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On June 4th I left Kentucky driving my RV known as Leggs. The trip is mostly unplanned, it will be interesting to see where I end up. Let's GO!