When you live your life on “Wheels”, you have the right to change directions and revise your plans. Well that’s just what we’ve done. Our plans were to keep heading north and east, but we decided to make a left turn and head west to Seattle. I would imagine that others that “Full Time” have had to see a doctor or two while on the road. Well, that’s what we’ve had to do. The problem was we could never find the “solution”. It finally came down to the fact that for us to feel comfortable we should see “our” doctors in Seattle.
Putting the cruise control at 57 we drove I-90 most of the way. We’ve never driven more than 350 miles in one day but on this trip we found our 2nd day doing 534. It wasn’t that I wanted to push it that far, it just was an easy drive and we had a tail wind the whole day. The first 3 nights were spent in Wal-Mart parking lots and then a campground in Bozeman before a couple nights in Coeur d’Alene. We did take a couple of hours to visit Livingston, Montana…I really don’t know why we pulled off the highway, but we did. I guess it was because we’ve passed it by many times and it just “called”. We were both wonderfully surprised by Livingston, the architecture, the people, and MONTANA… Just walking the streets of the town,
On Sunday we packed up and moved to Spokane. Louise’s mother Lois was spending her 93rd birthday