Friday, January 29, 2010

The Battle of Big Sky

It's been a little while since we've posted ... my snowman has melted into oblivion by now! The winter is treating us well: we're staying plenty warm and got to ski some powder earlier this week. I'm working all over the place (one full-time job always burns me out, so I've got three part-time ones to keep me busy!) and Zach has been plowing a little bit here and there. Black Dog had a couple of seizures recently but all tests came back normal and so we're in a monitoring stage ... so far, so good!

I think the biggest thing to share is that WE GOT BOOTED FROM OUR WINTER PARKING SPOT! Mid-winter! It was hard enough to find a place to park here in the first place because of a town ordinance that restricts people from living in their cars or RV's or whatever in the town limits of Big Sky ... we had it made in the canyon because we were technically in another town. Our temporary plan now is to park on the mountain in the free skier parking lot until something happens or we find something else ... technically the Mountain Village is another county, so hopefully we won't have many problems.

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PS - We're already saving for our trip east in the spring ... to GA in mid- to late-April, then Maine in July. If you have a place we can park or some work for us, please let us know. Thanks!


bryan vanderpol said...

Good morning! Glad to hear you two are still alive. Sorry to hear about your sudden eviction, but as I know how some people are, i'm not surprised. I do know that you two are quality people, and others sometimes don't take the time to find that out. just remember will always be welcomed, by me, in Klamath Falls Oregon! And about the anger.....I don't see that as a good look on you! Let it go. Bryan the "Pepsi coffee guy"

Melissa said...

Hiya Kelly,

I just wanted to say, if you're ever up Canada Way and visiting Saskatchewan, I have a place you can park your home and stay as long as you would like.

I'm so happy to see you living your dreams, you're the one person I think about regularly from High School.

I've been reading your blogs and figured I might as well follow you finally, and add you to my list of "To reads" for the days. Keep in touch, and if you're into the long lost art of letter writing, I'd be glad to write you.

All the best hun, and continue to live to the fullest. Not all of us get that chance.