If you had to spend an entire summer working at one of our country’s national parks or historic sites, which one would you choose?
My personal fave is Glacier National Park in Montana. I remember being a small child traveling through the park. Dad was in the Air Force and we were stationed in Eastern Montana. Mom’s mother lived in Spokane, Washington and we visited as often as we could. The trip took us right through the park. The tall, glacier-covered mountains looked like they scraped heaven.
P.S. I arrived at Pullman Plaza last night. Did I mention that I’m in West Virginia, not Kentucky!? Good thing I had my new friend Cindi along for the ride or I never would have found the place.
And yes, she’s a talker, but odd thing was, I blabbed the whole way here too! Anyway, charming company for the ride, then Lori O’Clare was outside the hotel when we pulled up and was I ever excited to see her! She looks fabulous, gave me a great big hug, which I seriously needed, then helped me get sorted out with the hotel. Do I sound like I was wimpy last night? I was, but only because 13 hours of driving had worn me out. I’d hoped Cindi could spell me behind the wheel, but I hadn’t a clue she was nearly 6 feet tall, and the car was so packed she couldn’t scoot the seat back far enough.
Saw Sylvia O’Day in the bar. Another great big hug and I was thrilled to get to spend some time with her and the friend she brought with her. BTW–the friend is a dead ringer for Pink–have I ever mentioned my girl-crush on Pink?
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