Where are we today ?
Now after they left finally headed to bed and slept like a log the both of us. This morning a look out our front window and see a heavy frost on the car windows. Brr ,out there but we are toasty warm inside our house.
|but sunshine is creeping into the valley warming things up|
As usual took lotsa pictures of stuff that have not seen for a long time.
|monster sweet potatoes|
|old games bring back memories|
|remember the school zone signs ?|
|more old signs|
|Love this hot rod parked there|
|remember when air was free and the service stations |
actually checked you oil ?
|another juke box|
|the "Main Drag"|
|a few bikes in town|
|lighthouse on the pier|
|Lake Huron, Michigan on the other side, |
93 kms (57 miles) away.
After leaving the beach headed south on HWY 21 along the lake to Ipperwash beach then back home. We sat beside the cabin next to us and can enjoy the warm sunshine and are sheltered from the cool north wind again today. Enjoying our books for a while. Richard stopped by for visit and we enjoyed chatting with him for while until time to fire up our Weber Q-100.
After preheating the grill on high for 15 minutes turned to low and added the potatoes.
|now ready to cook.|
For supper I put together a large potato pocket, with potatoes, onions, green pepper and carrots, some vegetable spices and a bit of olive oil. Wrapped on foil on the grill on low about 45 minutes turning every 15 minutes. Remember cook it low and slow.
|ready to grill|
For the last 15 minutes put on a couple boneless pork chops I wrapped with bacon turning every 6 minutes until done to perfection. The rear foil package has some mesquite wood chips for added smokey flavour. Nothing enhances the flavor of porkchops quite like wrapping with bacon and mesquite wood ships. More pork makes pork tast better!
|ready to go|
|about an hour later supper is done|
|really hit the spot|
Finished computing , read for a bit and turn on the tube, Suzie had craving for some cheesecake we picked up the other day so a nice taste of that just rounded off our awesome day.
Thanks for stopping in for a peak, and remember ya'll come back now, hear?
Posted by George, a.k.a. "The Weber "Q" Man of Blogland" according to Rick Doyle.
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