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I pushed the button to open it and Kristy came bounding up the steps and gave me a big hug before I could even get out of the captain’s chair. When Kristy came back to the coach, she took my hand and we walked into the house. I had taken her to Yellowstone a few years ago, but we never got down south to the next park.
“O hi, Sweety,” I exclaimed, giving her as big of a hug as I received. Kathy was in a panic, trying to pack for her trip to who knows where. She had heard me talk about the sheer awesome beauty of these granite spires, growing out of the valley floor, for over ten years and now she was so excited to finally see them herself; and I was thrilled to show them to her.
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This isn’t the first time I’ve taken Kristy with me on outings.
It was the kind that spreads quickly and by the time we discovered it, her time was about up. I sold everything and became a full time RVer, traveling all over and being free as a bird.She came over and gave me a warm kiss and expressed her gratitude, but she continued to race around, trying to remember where she had put this or that. After eating and planning our trip, we returned home and settled down for the evening, with me staying out in the coach.I told her, if I could borrow her car, I’d take Kristy out to dinner and we could plan our week in the Grand Tetons. The next morning, we awoke, made breakfast, said our goodbyes to her mother and then headed north onto I-29 towards I-70 and then west into Wyoming.“Elmer, you heard me brag on my grand daughter haven’t you? Elmer turned to me and said, “John, Liz passed on last year, her heart just gave out on her, I guess. I guess that she just gave too much of it away and when she needed some, there just wasn’t enough to go around.I thought you knew.” Taking Elmer and giving him a hug, I said to him, “No, Elmer, I hadn’t heard. I’ll truly miss her, Elmer, that I will.” “Thanks, John, that was really nice of you,” he said, wiping a tear from his eye.