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Taken In Quartzsite Arizona Dec 7th 2015

Thursday, March 27, 2014

Finished waxing our coach and a couple more books, is that not awesome?

Where are we today ?
     Just another wonderful sunny warm day here. Cool nights good for sleeping and wonderful sunny days. 
     Early morning walkabouts, check out the ducks and geese in the ponds. A few flowers and cactus makes for a great beginning.
sleeping duck
another sleeping duck
ducks and one goose
Duck social time
barrel cactus in bloom
pool is quiet at 7:30am
          Now back home after all my coffees, computing and walkabouts. Shortly after 8 am, I got an energy spirt and decided to wax the drivers side side of our coach. It is in the  shade until about 9 am. So Maguire's is so easy, wipe on, wipe off and all done. Now I am almost all done the whole coach.
        Next a quick trip to Benson for a few groceries.  Saw this cool helicopter on a trailer behind this guys pickup truck. Think maybe it would be nice to have one behind our coach, instead of a car whadda think?
the perfect towed
         Then the afternoon was perfect to finish off a couple books and enough shade to wash and wax the rear of our coach. The whole coach is now waxed again, and still looking pretty good for 15 years old.
         Done just in time for our "Happy Hour" with Rob and Pat. Tell a few lies and share tips with each other. Until time for supper.
         Tonight Suzie wanted me to use up the oldest meat in our freezer, so pulled out a package of leftover turkey we had. Lets make a Turkey stroganoff with some homemade noodles we were given.
         Just threw things together, ( mushrooms, onions, garlic, zucchini, red pepper, fried up  add to a mushroom gravy, add some sour cream and spread over noodles) we had a very tasty supper. Kinda windy for the Weber Q and was a nice change. But Suzie now has more dishes to wash when I cook inside, hmmm can't win...
Turkey Stroganoff hit the spot
       We had another fun productive day here in the sunshine of south east Arizona.
       Hope you had a good one too, thanks for taking a peak!

Posted by George, a.k.a. "The Weber "Q" Man of Blogland" according to Rick Doyle. 
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24 comments:

  1. A clean and waxed rig is a happy rig. It was too windy here also for Jim to do any grilling so we had Szechuan chicken for dinner yesterday. Served over rice. More pans to clean but it sure was yummy.

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    1. Yep our rig is happy, and our tummies too.

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  2. We broke down and paid to have ours done but I have plans to give it at least one more coat myself over the summer back home!

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    1. The more waxin the better keeps them looking young.

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  3. Waxin' the RV, readin' books and enjoyin' a tasty bit-o-grub...that Is the life. Way 2 Go! Now all ya need is that motorcycle...

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  4. Now that we drove in the rain yesterday and today it is going to rain, Paul has to wash and wax the 5er all over again when we get back to Canton. Such is a life of a man...lol

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    1. I am sure our will get dirty again once we hit the road next week, keeps us men out of trouble.

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  5. Your rig is all nice and clean and ready for the salty roads in northern U.S. states and into Ontario. The wax should make for easy cleaning once you get back home though.

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    1. Hope we don't see any salty roads, our car never has.

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  6. I sure would have no problem washing dishes if someone prepared those fabulous meals for me every night !! LOL

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    1. Suzie really does not mind at all either, works good for us.

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  7. Always creative with those meals. A tip of the hat for all that. Enjoy your day.

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    1. Thanks Bob, I like to find what we have and make what we feel like. Recipes for me are only ideas, then I improvise.

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  8. I think you ought to get a helicopter and pull it behind your RV and your car. Even if you can't fly it, it would certainly look cool. No wind yesterday but we had a humdinger of a storm the day before.

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    1. Hey I really like that idea, no storms here yet.

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  9. We had a friend who towed their helicopter behind the RV. One of them would fly ahead to find the perfect boondocking site. Our RV is 97% waxed. Have to get it finished in the next few days as we start to pack up.

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    1. Now that would be a great way to search out camping spots.
      Just waxing a bit at a time works for me too.

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  10. We always check out the "cargo" being transported down the roads.... don't think we've seen a helicopter yet... at least not in its entirety ..... most things we can figure out what they're used for, but sometimes we see some real mysteries. Guess we sound like a couple of kids playing games in the car while on vacation.... hmmmm.... maybe we are.

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    1. Of course we are kids, we may grow old but we don't need to grow up do we?

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  11. It's good we have time to take our time with the chores like waxing the MH...a little everyday!
    Now turkey stroganoff sounds yummy....I've only had beef!

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    1. It was yummy, I figure why not just change a few ingredients, we had the left over turkey in the freezer.
      A little everyday is a good thing, we in no hurry.

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  12. I'm thinking just pull the truck and the copter behind your coach :-). Your supper looks delicious especially with homemade noodles.

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    1. That would be fun, thanks for stopping by.

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