Where are we today ?
By the time we got home much colder, look at the temps below at 2:25pm! And a north wind at 21 mph.
The lunch craving today was a submarine sandwich. I had picked up the proper fixings to make an awesome assorted sub like I used to make in my restaurant years ago, just hit the spot.
|tasty sub for lunch|
Then I hooked up "Mr Heater" again, that I had mistakenly put away last week thinking the cold weather was over, NOT! Sure heats us pretty quick, no furnace noise and much more efficient. comforter back on the bed for a few more nights again.
|Mr. Heater working fine again!|
Reading outside today was not an option nor was doing much else so just did some investigating on our Microsoft Streets and Trips map and Google Earth to see where we might head this winter. Suzie has put together a master map to work with has all of our membership parks (few hundred of them), flying J's, BLM lands, certain rest areas, Camping worlds etc... all places that we can stop at few a stretch, a night or even a week or two. Eventually we will come up with a plan, (no schedule just a leaving date, and that is already set) and plans as any rv'er knows are made in chalk. They sometimes change from day to day even minute to minute, thats what we love about this lifestyle.
Now with my Weber meal put on hold, I can cook inside for a change, waiting for these very cold rainy, windy days to do this indoor stuff. Checked out the freezer and pulled out a couple breaded chicken breasts stuffed with shrimp and lobster, something different for a change, (just pop in the oven) whip up a rice pilaf, fresh asparagus and garlic bread with cheese did the trick, pretty quick and easy.
|sure hit the spot|
Supper done later than usual (late lunch) compute a bit and read for a while all snuggly in our house. Yep all is good here, just kinda colder than we like it. And did actually get a few walkabouts in the cold after walking the stores for a coule hours too.
That looks like another fun day with Ontario's unpredictable weather, not much we can do about it and can always be a lot worse. No tornadoes or snow lately.
Thanks for stopping in and hope you can keep yourself warm enough in this almost summer weather?
Posted by George, a.k.a. "The Weber "Q" Man of Blogland" according to Rick Doyle.
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