Pages

Our Awesome Travels

Our Awesome Travels
Taken In Quartzsite Arizona Dec 7th 2015

Sunday, February 02, 2014

Sunny day, friends and fellow bloggers stop by for a visit.

Where are we today ?
       Just more awesome Arizona weather today, cool nights, cool morning and wonderful days when the sun is shinning (which is most of the time). We toasty warm here in our house and all is good. Morning computing, coffees and walkabouts the we make a plan for the day.
       Plan is, we have no plan and hey thats the way we like it, let the day evolve into whatever happens.
         After discussing travel plans that are written in chalk we had bite to eat for lunch. Drove about town and stopped by to visit Norm and Connie (a couple from Ontario we met here in 2007) They not home so left a note that we were there.
         Wandered about town for a bit and toured and Rv show? with a few coaches on display. Nice to check out these million dollar coaches (not for us) just to see how the rich people rv.
sure can't miss this rig on the road,
 or anywhere else for that matter
these ones either
       Back home enjoying our books in the shade then Norm and Connie stopped in for a very nice visit. So nice to catch up with them after missing last year here. We chatted for quite a while and got all caught up.
        Just as they were leaving another couple dropped on by Jean and Skip from British Columbia Canada, They have been following our blog for quite a while and decided to drop on by for a visit. We welcome anybody that wants to stop on by for a visit, if they can find us. No problem we are what we are.  Dirty vest and all.
Skip and Jean a super couple
          Such a small world this rv and blogger community and is so much fun meeting fellow bloggers. Thanksfor stopping by today guys and was great meeting you. Am sure we will meet up again soon.
          After they left a nice sunset was beginning as I fired up our Weber Q.
       Tonight a meatloaf on the grill, cauliflower, carrots and yellow peppers in foil and grill a few taters. Recipe here.
such tasty supper on the Q
        Before we know it our day was winding down, sunsetting and had too much fun again today.
        Thanks for stopping in for a read, glad to have y'all here.
Posted by George, a.k.a. "The Weber "Q" Man of Blogland" according to Rick Doyle. 
 Check out the map below to see where we have been this Winter
View Winter 2013-14 in a larger map

22 comments:

  1. Even if I had the money I wouldn't want one of those rigs. Just not my style. We had meatloaf but mine was done in the oven.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Nope not our style, Meatloaf is good done anyway, then leftovers for sandwiches.

      Delete
  2. Hola to our BC friends Jean & Skip. Glad you got to meet them.

    ReplyDelete
  3. Those RVs are fun to look at but we wouldn't be interested either. Aren't we glad there are so many to choose from and we all don't like the same thing?

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Yea, too big, to splashy not to mention to expensive.
      But like you said fun to look at.

      Delete
  4. It was great to meet you and Susie, enjoyed our visit.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Yes it was, sure glad we met you guys too.

      Delete
  5. I kinda like the color red... in small splashes... can't imagine living in that - kids would think we were the local fire engine!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Just a bit too much red and coach way too big, where would you park it? No where where we camp thats for sure.

      Delete
  6. Boy, talk about a target! Imagine that big red baby camped somewhere in La Posa...you could see it from anywhere! Wonder who likes that kind of rig....so far no one that I have found in our circle of bloggers. Dinners look great, George, as always

    ReplyDelete
  7. Thanks for stopping by Sue. Don't know of anyone who would want that hug red coach and even bigger trailer behind it too.

    ReplyDelete
  8. I think sometimes those million RVers are a bit overdone and not that pretty inside.

    Thanks for the recipe. Paul loves meatloaf. I will have to try it out soon.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Yes not pretty at all, but then each to their own.
      We find everything tastes better cooked on our Weber Q.

      Delete
  9. My whole chicken on the Weber done as per your recipe turned out fantastic. Thanks so much. Found out that on my Weber the setting you recommended was around 300 to 350 degrees. Will do again for sure.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Glad your enjoyed it, we love chicken that way!
      Thanks for the temps.

      Delete
    2. We can second that comment of Ruth's. We shared the chicken with them. It was a lovely dinner!

      Delete
  10. George, you should buy that red rig and turn the trailer into a mobile restaurant! You would never be short of patrons!!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thanks Daryl, but been there, done that, had my restaurant for 10 years, a lot of bard work.

      Delete
  11. That red rig was sure skookum looking but I liked your meatloaf on Weber Q even more!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Yeah Rick we enjoyed the meatloaf more too!
      That rig is not our style!

      Delete

We love it when you take the time to drop us a line.