Day 98

The Belles of Belfield

July 2nd, 2010

Thanks for the air-conditioned dinner, ladies!

From left to right: Karen, Marcie, Desirae


  1. Pablo says:

    Belfield Belles! … and you’re now walking into the Badlands of North Dakota (not to be confused with the Badlands of South Dakota) … watch for the herds of wild horses (some supposedly descended from Sitting Bull’s horses) … think of them as Badlands Belles … you’re now in rattlesnake country, Matt … hmmm, rattlesnake bells aren’t a good thing! Tread lightly …

  2. Daniel Rivas says:

    Hello Matt,

    I just wanted to tell you how impressive and amazing this adventure of your is. I have just found out about it from some reference in another blog and I am adding you to my favourites right away. Please, don’t stop posting :)

    Best wishes,

  3. Janine says:

    Yay! I get to be the first one to thank the Belfield Belles!

    Thank you Karen, Marcie, and Desirae for taking care of Matt.

  4. katzien in austin says:

    So the mid-afternoon meal is “dinner?” I live in Texas and still don’t know the difference between dinner and supper. Shhh….y’all don’t tell anyone.

    • Janine says:

      I ran into that on the East coast, Katzien. Breakfast, dinner, and supper. Apparently it’s an American mid-west/ east coast thing.

    • Mom says:

      Dinner is the main meal of the day. It can be at mid-day, and then the evening meal is supper. If the main meal is in the evening, then the mid-day meal is lunch. Back when many men came home at noon, they had dinner, to fuel them for the hard afternoon of farm or other work to follow.

  5. Mom says:

    I’ll add my thanks to the Belles of Belfield for being so kind to Matthew.

  6. Yeosaph Ferguson says:

    Sweet photo. Kind people say so much with their smiles.

  7. Shannon in AR says:

    What a bunch of sweet girls! Matt, you’re so lucky to meet so many generous people.

  8. Bonnie Grace says:

    Clearly the same gene pool for this trio.

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