The yellow fire hydrant is in the town of Reardan. It looked so pretty sitting there beside the road.
This won't be long today. We have a Back Country Horsemen meeting in Couer d'Alene this evening. Bob has the program. He is demonstrating and talking about hypothermia.
I am cooking chili for dinner tomorrow. We will be celebrating our daughter Christyn's birthday. I asked her what she wanted to eat and chili and biscuits are what we are having. She is not hard to please.
We found straw. Thank you Kurt and Terri for heading us in the right direction. Bob called the man who is down out of Davenport this morning and we went right down and got a pickup load. It was 3.00 a bale. Bob is picking stalls and bedding them right now. That is such a relief.
Tomorrows word is BACK.
See you tomorrow.