A Further Reprise …

Hidden away in Montana
Hidden away in Montana

To continue our summary, that is, our review of past “traveling tortuga times”, my driver often has to decide … where to go next?? Should we stay by that “darn noisy creek” (above, in Montana)? It has great WiFi signal!

Hmmmm ... left or right?
Hmmmm … left or right?

But it seems like we’re always at the crossroad …

Time to get ready ...
Time to get ready …

Shall we leave the city? …

Up at Logan Pass
Up at Logan Pass

Shall we quit the mountaintops?

Done for the day ... packed up to head to the campground.
Done for the day … packed up to head to the campground.

We can meet up with friends … then travel on …

Early morning light!
Early morning light!

We can visit a few sights … then travel away for more …

... change direction ...
… change direction …

We can catch some racy events … and help out too …

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Or we can just stay and enjoy the beauty! It’s good to look back a bit – to see where you’ve been – to remember how you’ve been blessed!

Early morning at one of our favorites ...
Early morning at one of our favorites …

Sometimes the view is mundane … but then the local eateries dress up the day …

St. John Health Mart
Yes, it’s huckleberry …

Above, in a tiny town in Washington …

It's TRUE ...
It’s TRUE …

Above, in a bustling suburb in California.

But visiting with family is the best time …

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And taking the back roads is peaceful …

Picture perfect ...
Picture perfect …
Here's the view from inside ...
Here’s the view from inside …

And we can thank God every day, being filled with wonder … looking forward to another. That’s what a traveling tortuga summer looks like.

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