Road Sign Randomness

Living on a dirt road is hard on road signs. And I tend to see more of my life emulated in these signs than I probably should. I just wanted to share....

Beware Rednecks with Shotguns
 Every time I pass this sign I think about how closely it resembles life. The path is never straight, it's rusted out and full of holes, but the view is well worth it.

Read Carefully! 
Ever get the feeling your going the wrong way? And of course there is the religious implications...

Read the Signs! xo


Montana BINGO

cow, well, calf in the road 

I'm counting this as one of the many tractor type rigs that go really slow down the road! 

grain silos 
school house

Round bales 

T-rex! Scary!!! 

Horses! These ones are mine. :o) 

Rocky Mountains! 

another cow in the road

road sign with rusty shotgun wholes 

Marshlands at sunset 

a butte (Pine Butte actually) 

Nuclear Missile Silo 

These last two weren't on the game board but are fun so I added them! :o)
a pheasant rooster

goats and their charge, a llama! 

Enjoy! xo


Saying Good Bye

Last week was a busy one for all of us. The wranglers were busy getting the horses out to pasture. The cooks were busy getting rid of all the leftovers. Guest Services were busy cleaning up after the last of the guests and getting the cabins ready to be closed up for the winter. I was busy taking kids here and there for Homecoming week. Yes, my kids are only in elementary school, but when you go to a school that is K-12, homecoming encompasses much more than high school. Here the cheerleaders offer a camp for the kids ages 3 years to 6th grade. The end result: getting to perform in the halftime cheer. My girls had so much fun!

Now our freezer is stocked with leftovers from the kitchen, my crisper is busting with the last of the greens from the garden. The horses are retired for the season. The staff has headed home and this little valley, fresh from the October rain, is once again very quiet. Until next year!