|Meanwhile, my own project proves you can grow sprouts in the back of a minivan and|
they just might survive a couple frosts too!
We continued through Corvallis and then cut back across to 93 at Halmilton.
We counted down through Darby to Conner which had a PO, bar, and general store. We turned around there.
|Now that's extravagant.|
We drove down Lost Horse Road about 8 miles north of Darby. After poking along for a while we decided to go the 20 miles up the Twin Lakes, well aware that by that decision we were signing up to have a late night.
|Embracing life, even if it's a cold life.|
|Just cuz it was a good picture!|
|This is what we do with snow.|
The fuel light came on while we were up there and we drove conservation style from there - building up momentum on the hills and not slowing down if we could help it.
Even Jeremiah admitted it was a hair raising ride.
|It was going by kinda fast, ya know.|
We made it out of Lost Horse and about 2 of the 9 miles to Hamiliton before we ran out of gas. Jeremiah was pretty embarrassed. He pulled into a driveway and the gentleman there gave us 2 gallons of gas and refused payment. It appeared we had interrupted their dinner as his wife was peeking through the curtains with a plate in her hand. It was about 6:15.
We filled up in Hamilton and I cleaned the van windows. We did three loads of laundry, washed and dried, at Fast & Fluffy. My goodness! Laundromat names certainly lack in class. We left Hamilton at 9pm.
I got in bed around 11pm.