We dressed and headed out to find a grocery store and a place to eat lunch. After driving through the small town of Three Forks we found the airport and a grocery store. We decided to go back to the crossroads and eat at Wheat Montana Bakery and Deli http://www.wheatmontana.com/. Anne and I went in Kalispell and I liked it. I again had soup, this time pea soup with ham and it came with a big roll. Jim had a sandwich. You can buy baked goods and this particular Deli was huge compared to the Kalispell shop. All sorts of things to buy and you can grind your flour right there.
When we decided to come to Three Forks it was because the campground we wanted was full. So Jim did some searching and found Camp Three Forks. I've already mentioned how nice it is. But what we didn't know when we checked in was the Air Show this weekend. Under bright, hot sunny skies we wandered around the airfield and saw some neat aircraft.
I don't remember the names of them but Jim took a lot of pictures and I hope you enjoy them.
Jim really liked this one as it had a lot of shiny, chrome like surfaces!
This plane was awesome as far as the paint job. Candy apple red with shadow paintings on the wings, fuselage, wheel covers and tail. Eagles with flags saying never forget. this side of the tail was a tribute to the USS Arizona, the other side was the Flag raising at Iwo Jima. Twin Towers...it was just a super paint job and very patriotic.
one of the wings
We didn't stay for the flour bombing as it was quite hot. Back home Jim crashed and I spent time crocheting and computering (as Ginger would say). Around four we had a brief rain shower, it cleared up, sun came out then went away and more rain.
Dinner was tacos, fish for me, beef for Jim. It has cooled off nicely and there are still clouds blanketing the sky so not much of a sunset.