This has been a delightful day.
We are now in Mountain Time.
…and I thought it was challenging to take pictures at 65 miles an hour.
This probably looks disgusting to you, but it doesn’t take many hours for the windshield to look like this. Cerwin cleaned the windows before we started today, and at 9 a.m. when we stopped for breakfast. This is what the window looked like shortly after noon.
It becomes challenging to take pictures.
A Gary Greff sculpture.
Geese in Flight went up in 2001, next to the Gladstone exit — and it is claimed to be the World’s Largest Outdoor Sculpture.
Our stopping place for tonight is Glendive, Montana. We’re in a small truck stop with a very busy restaurant. And I have Internet in the truck. 🙂
While we were enjoying supper (Cerwin a chopped steak meal and me a BLT), a young driver pulled his chair up to our table and asked if we were with the chapel. Thus began an hour-long talk about the Lord. He had never heard of TFC, so I showed him a PowerPoint presentation that I keep on my computer. After praying with him (in a very noisy restaurant), I gave him a copy of TFC’s Highway News and Cerwin showed him inside the chapel. It was refreshing to meet someone who is committed to following Christ.