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Day 91

Yesterday it was in the 40’sF…

4:31pm

9:41am today.

~Curtis in /\/\onTana! {!-{>

Day 90

During this time of quarantine and self-isolation, the powers that be have finally admitted that wearing masks can help keep us healthy. So the DD#1 has been making dozens of them.

Here is ‘Stache modeling a completed mask. Note the print!

Grandpa gets in on the act too…

~Curtis in /\/\onTana! {!-{>

A useful post?

This is a calendar from 1964, compliments of the Northern Pacific Railroad and someone on an NP Facebook group. Significantly, the calendar from 1964 is the same as the one from 2020! So we get to reuse the whole year. {!-{>

~Curtis in /\/\onTana! {!-{>

Day 89

First and 6th Grades in the time of self quarantine.’Stache and Lugnut studying hard after the schools were closed. Skeeter is just bouncing away in the background. Photo by DD#1.

~Curtis in /\/\onTana! {!-{>

Day 88

A guest photo from Lugnut!

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Day 87

A test photo from Lugnut, of ‘Stache!

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Day 86

I was cleaning the basement (Whaaat???) and I found an old backup hard drive. There are a lot of interesting photos on it, many of which have been previously seen here. But you get to see them again!

Just a simple photo of Toots out in the blossoms…

~Curtis in /\/\onTana! {!-{>

Day 85

I was cleaning the basement (Whaaat???) and I found an old backup hard drive. There are a lot of interesting photos on it, many of which have been previously seen here. But you get to see them again!

When Toots was about two we attended some foreign exchange student function at Great Falls High School. I got this photo of her. I had it as wallpaper on my desktop computer, and with a big screen it was slightly larger than life. After about a month I had to take it down…those eyes are incredibly spooky when they are bigger and just watching…you…

~Curtis in /\/\onTana! {!-{>

Day 84

I was cleaning the basement (Whaaat???) and I found an old backup hard drive. There are a lot of interesting photos on it, many of which have been previously seen here. But you get to see them again!

IN 2004 we were retrieving a lot of stuff from my Mother’s house in Trail, BC. She was terminally ill and wanted to give us back all of the crap we had given her over the years. So the Dailylife Daughter #1 had come up with her Geo Tracker 4-door hardtop and we had loaded it up! We also had Rascal with us, so we fixed him a spot on top of everything in the back, where he could stick his head up between ours in the front and see everything going on. He was happy as a clam up there, and the only thing he found better was we were running late when we hit Missoula, and having no dog food (can’t take it across the Border) we got him a double burger at McDonald’s! One happy dog!

I think this is my favorite photo of Rascal.

~Curtis in /\/\onTana! {!-{>

Day 83

After a long sunny day Friends Walter and Matthew from the Camera Club, along with the DailyLife Wife, went up to Benton Lake NWR to watch the Swans in the sunset (properly socially isolated, of course…).

It was pretty much a bust because it clouded over before we got there. I did get these three that turned out not too bad. The last two are the same image done two ways.

So not a total bust!

~Curtis in /\/\onTana! {!-{>