Thanks every one for there comments. Its nice to hear from you all. And to Mellisa im shure would like a place to crash i think my clothes will need to be washed too ,but i think thats a couple of weeks away.
of the boarder to Well since we last "spoke" in Spokane, i have ridden to lake Pend Oreille, pronounced Ponderay Idaho, then Libby Montana met some nice folks there at the F.O.E. learned a lesson or two the peddled just SouthEurica and back south to Whitefish, a little oasis of hippy lawerer who have nothing better to do than ski and eat hummus. But i love it i decided to take a day of sabatical here and enjoy the things i do at home. Drink 6 cups of coffee and read the news paper front to back because for the next two days i will be putting up the great Rockys
Well let me get to the lessons i learned; Don't talk polatics at the Eagles & Dont go to the Eagles Hall if, you have plans the next day. You might meet someone like Rod and Jane Krutze. The first things Rod Krutze a Boiler-maker said to me is "i want to be chapter three in your book", i dont know if there will ever be a book, or if i remember enough form that nite. but i did sleep in there son's bed and meet there dog Daisy who ate my soap and had one hell of a breakfast and now i know if I'm in any trouble i will call Rod Krutze and he will call the Boiler-Makers Union Local and all my problems will be taken care of.