Where are we today ?
Sunshine and a perfect warm day. First thing after morning coffees and walkabouts shortly after 8 am Suzie sorted the laundry and I took it to the machines here in the park. Nice, nobody here, got our 2 loads done and back home before 10 am.
|View from the laundry|
Then just whipped up a quick bite for lunch and I headed off to Adventures in Heat in Clarence New York. About a 40 minute drive. I have been stopping here for quite a few years to visit with the friendly owner George and stock up on my favourite Habanero Hot sauce "Predator" for me and my son.
|a nice drive|
|Thats George and my sauces|
|his front yard|
|some very nice grills here too|
Then eventually back home and chat with our friends Barb, Bill, Ron and Debbie around an afternoon campfire.
Some of our Neighbors are getting all decorated for this is their Halloween weekend here.
The staff here is busy raking leaves and cleaning up.
They the come around with their monster vacuum to pick them up and truck them away.
Its been a while since we have done a whole chicken on our Weber and when I saw a 5 lb one for $4.95 I could not resist it. So fired up our Weber Q preheated and turn to low, set the bird right on the grill closed the lid and about 90 minutes later done to perfection.
|a little dipping sauce|
Added to a salad and was wonderful. Lots leftover chicken too. I removed the meat from the bones and boiled the the rest to make a good soup base for tomorrow's lunch.
|we do love chicken|
Supper done then back to the campfire with a bunch gathered round, telling stories and chatting until we realized its getting late and pretty cold out, after 10 pm way past out bedtime. Time flies when you are having fun.
|love the campfires we have here|
There ya go a perfect day to begin our 6 months on the road.
Glad you stopped by for a visit, you could have dropped by our campfire too everyone is welcome.
Posted by George, a.k.a. "The Weber "Q" Man of Blogland" according to Rick Doyle.
Check out the interactive map below to see where we have been this Winter.