'You Can Let Your Pants Down' in the GiG
The first took place at the Inconvenience Store in Neihart during a bathroom break. As they entered, they said hi to the three men enjoying their coffee. All went well until Gail came out from the stall without realizing that she still had her pants down as she approached the cashier to pay for some candy. They were down around her legs yet she hadn't even tripped Gail quickly looked up to see if the men had noticed--she didn't think so. Luckily, this is winter, so she had her pink long johns on--not too much different from Yoga pants. She felt so bad, she bought pasta as well as her M and M's. Anyone else would have run out in embarrassment.
But Gail's fun wasn't over. When the gals started down Jefferson Creek, Gail pull out her camera just to fling it into a snowbank. Luckily again, the camera was fine after she brushed off the snow and dried it off. The day was beautiful and the weather warm; the gals saw a few others out enjoying the trail, including Steve Taylor, former mayer or Neihart, and his wife Annie, who both stopped to say 'hi' to Gail.
After lots of laughs, the gals continuted on their hike, making it just past the bridge before turning around.
Then it was off to Bob's Bar for lunch. Everyone enjoyed their meals from hamburgers to Rueben sandwiches. They arrived back in Great Falls at 2 p.m.
In the end, Gail said, "What I like about this group, the GiG, is that you can get out and talk and let your pants down."
Who went: Gail, Doreen, Ann, Bonnie W