Thanks for sharing. Happy Birthday America!!
Thanks for stopping by, Judy! Have a happy 4th.
Makes me want to get out there and see even more of this great country of ours.
Oh, me too, Sandie. I hate that I can't go, but happy for all those who can. Have a great Independence Day!
Hey - don't use the word "can't"!!!!
Happy Birthday, Nancy!!
Happy 4th Jack and Nancy. I didn't know it was your birthday? the 4th?? You are the 3rd person I know Born on the 4th of July. Happy happy birthday!!
Thanks, blabbermouth, Gail. ;-)Rich and I were in a town called Choteau, once. I think it was in Montana. He spied an ice cream shop and the motorhome that couldn't stop on a dime for an antique store managed to stop for ice cream. I went in because "ice cream always tasted better when I got it for him" and the lady behind the counter was saying to a young man with several children, "Well, happy birthday to you, too." The young man turned to me and said, "How about that...running into someone born on the 4th--that's my birthday." I said, well, I was born on the 4th, too. They thought I was kidding so I showed them my license. What are the chances of meeting two people in a little town called Choteau that all were born on the 4th of July? Memories.Thank you for your birthday wishes, Sherry. Hope you and David enjoy the 4th. October must be a busy date for a lot of couples. :)
Well that's what happens when you don't proof. To boot, Choteau was a little town. Now, I'm curious. I have to look to see exactly where it was.
What a great tribute. Beautiful pictures.
Oh and happy BD a bit late. Need to get caught up on reading!
Thank you for visiting. Have a great day.