Monthly Archives: July 2008

On the Road Again

Top 10 Things I learned at the Monroe Reunion: 10. Of all the generations, to the best of our figuring, there is not a single lawyer among us. Take that as you may. 9. The Monroe’s are so frugal, when … Continue reading

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Port Townsend, ho!!!!!!!!!!

I know a thing or two about farmland. For example, the Mountainside house had a vegetable garden. In ’91 I took a bus from Richmond, VA to Colorado Springs and saw a whole lot of farmland. I’ve spent time in … Continue reading

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A Good Day for Earl

What a day we had in Chewelah! The drive through western Idaho and into Washington was scenic, but it’s kind of like leaving the MOMA and heading to “Crazy Eddie’s Wicked Good Museum of Art.” Your basis of comparison is … Continue reading

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“Mr. Monroe, it’s Murphy on line 1”

Well, as we were about to depart for our second day of frolicking in Glacier, we discovered a malfunction with the right, rear leveling jack. Two problems: how do we get this fixed, and how do we stop that horrible … Continue reading

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Keen on Keens

I will preface by saying that I am in no way affiliated with the company that manufactures Keens. However, if a representative of said company is reading this, I do accept endorsement deals of any sort. (The “Pic of the … Continue reading

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Three Dopes in Three Forks

As you can see by today’s “fun fact,” not a lot going on in Bozeman. However, we thoroughly enjoyed our day in Bozeman. We nodded off to sleep watching Chapters 12 & 13 of a geology video series that Earl … Continue reading

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“You mean there’s an exterior of Bozeman??”

The “Roaming Ranchette” or “Monroetorhome” picked up its third vagabond minutes after noon yesterday, the 13th. Within minutes on I-90, I was aware that I was dealing with two experts in motorhome travel. Earl and Barbara are at ease behind … Continue reading

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