|Daytime view of entrance ramp off I-94|
It was a good thing since I was starting to take catnaps. Even though I wasn't driving I wanted to keep alert. Lapses in awareness started after leaving Fargo. Catching myself nodding I would try to shake off the overwhelming slipping in to unconsciousness by deeper breathing and wiggling around . The effect was short lived.
|Daytime view of the Christmas Trees|
The traffic empty streets were full of snow and ice. So our arrival came at a time with no worries of slipping and sliding into anyone else.
Ah! There's the traffic lights for downtown,a bit further, then we can begin our recuperation from the miles traveled.
Sadie was ready for another exit from the backseat...she had been to Jamestown before,but not for a year and a half. Being an only dog and not a distance traveler on a regular basis she had quite a curve to get around. I grabbed her bed, heading for our daughter and son-in-law's house to let her see we would be finding a place to lay down again.
We were met at the door by the three family dogs;Peaches,Champ, and Sprite. Sadie and I eventually worked out a method for her to not be interrogated by them every time she walked in the door. Two of the three dogs I have known for a long time but the third,Sprite, was a new pack member. A bright little doggy who keeps everybody perked up.
After getting the car unloaded, we visited briefly before turning in for a couple hours.
Activity for the day started around 7:00 for a few of us. Especially with dogs who enjoy going outside in the colder temps to play. Short numerous trips proved to be par for the course.
The rest of the day was spent with family,catching up.
Next post for December 24th, our daughter Kyli, and I get out and around Jamestown. ;)