Join us as we travel North America in our Holiday Rambler Vacationer,
since August. 2006
Yes the weekend is here and almost everybody is ready for the weekend. Finished work for a couple of days, relax, party, family time, travel, yard work, shopping, camping, so much to do in such short time. Well for us the stores are busier so we stay home, too much traffic so we stay home, no yard work in the campground on the weekend, more people here, more noise, its a busy place, friends and relatives arrive and neighbours to visit and we are busy all weekend. Now that we are retired we are busy 2 days a week (the weekend) and look forward to 5 peaceful days, so we are looking forward to Happy Monday, its funny how lifestyles change.
Well today was a very warm humid day with occasional sunshine. The strong wind gusts were dropping some tree limbs on empty campsites (luckily nothing damaged), we don't usually park under trees just for that reason. With a walkabout, putter around, clean the car, sit outside in the shade (out of the wind) and read for a while we rested up for the busy weekend. While I was at the store I saw some nice pork ribs on sale so I picked up a package to make stuffed rolled ribs for supper.
I make a nice bread stuffing with sage, onions, garlic and a few spices.
Put the stuffing inside, roll the ribs and tie with a string.
Then bake in the oven until done (about 90 minutes), while I made some mashed potatoes, cauliflower with cheese sauce, and sauerkraut (should of had a bit more colour on the plate thou).
Regardless of the colour it was pretty yummy and satisfied our craving again.
After a nice relaxing meal was done, a video chat with my oldest daughter and 3 grandchildren, Trish and Jordan dropped by for a coffee and chat, a very nice visit. Then we were able watch a bit of TV before calling it a night to rest up so we can watch the busy people on the weekend.
New Years Eve, Stone Island Mexico
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