Living the Unpredictable Life
I know today is supposed to be From Clicking to Creating, but this past weekend was incredibly busy and I couldn’t even kinda get that together. This last weekends art show was really good, for us and the other vendors, so that was very nice. As promoters, it was a lot of work again, but better than the weekend before.
One fabulous thing about Teton Village is the area, and all the great stuff there is to see. Before the show started we went for an evening walk, and got to see all the horses that were out to pasture for the night. These are the guys they use for trail rides, and they have the best pasture of any horses in the world.
At the base of the Tetons.
This one was peeking over the fence, and looked so cute.
So, after a good weekend we decided to come to the campground for a few days, before we have to go to Bozeman, MT. We got settled in yesterday, went to town and did all our errands, then came home to relax. After dinner I could see the sky getting dark and moody, and I could see the potential for some cool photos. Al stayed home and I drove over to the Moulton barn area. I was there about 5 minutes marveling at the 50 MPH winds, rain and lightning when Al called to tell me I needed to get home FAST, trees were falling on the RV.
I’ve never driven the dirt road so fast. Al hooked up the truck, I got the insides all slid in and secure, and off we went. Ruffled to be sure.
A huge branch had fallen on the front cap of the RV. Al said he heard a super loud crash, ran out and saw what happened. Some guys ran over to help him move the huge branch out of the way, because the rest of the tree didn’t look very stable in the high winds and we needed to move the RV.
So, we have two cracks that will need fixing, or they may want to replace the nose cap. We really won’t know until we can get it in somewhere. The hard part is A) This is our house and we will obviously have to go somewhere during repairs, and B) We have shows and travels yet to do this summer and we are just hoping nothing leaks.
Maybe we will have to go this route instead.
It’s an unpredictable life for sure.
I did manage to get a photo for the Dogwood challenge this week though. Twilight was the prompt, and I liked the look of the pine trees around us the other day.
So that catches you guys up to this point. We are waiting for the insurance to call, and decide what our next move has to be.
Hopefully, this will all be an easy thing.