An elderly lady lived in this home and had for longer than I have been alive. She had made a little sitting area outside, beautiful flowers in the front and a small birdhouse by the front door. Check out the original boardwalk in front of the house.
This resident had made a collection of birdhouses and attached them to his fence. Each house was different, very rustic and very well used. Loved them all lined up.
Another home across the street had decorated one corner of her yard with an old claw foot bath tub filled with summer flowers. Keep in mind that we are at about 8,500 feet in elevation, so the flowers are smaller and a bit behind in the growth cycle than we have at home right now. As hard as it was to breathe, I am surprised that anything grows at all!
This was our man of the day!! We found him in Lander, Wy. Obviously he is an artist with duct tape, not to mention an incredible engineer in being able to tape that car together! On the driver's side, he has masterfully taped his rear view mirror to the outside of his door and the interior of the door taped to the inner sides of the same door. Incredible. We were all laughing as we pulled out of the convenience store.
On to Yellowstone tomorrow! We found a room tonight at the Brandin' Iron Inn in West Yellow-stone. How lucky is that? We'll see tomorrow!!