Where are we today ?This morning stared off about 6 am pretty mild close to 70 F (21c) and looked like we might have sunshine. But very soon was drizzling, overcast and temps dropped to 56F (13c) cool rain and a north wind, really not very pleasant at all. Not bad for a walkabout or working outside, but I have no outside projects today.
Nowhere we wanted to go and a good day for researching some possibilities for this winter. We have ideas and a large chalk board. Maybe go here, maybe go there, hmm... largely depends on the weather no reservations needed, just because we are not sure the route we are taking to the southwest. We can always find a campsite somewhere along the way or a place to stay for the night, never an issue for us.
Too cool to sit outside and read and I don't much care for reading inside. So we did something we have not done for a very long time. Found a movie on Tv from 2 till 4 pm kind of a twilight zone kinda movie, something we both enjoyed.
After the movie and rain they came back to begin filling in the hole from the water fix done yesterday.
|let it settle and put the topsoil back on|
Was gonna grill on our Weber Q today but decided to enjoy our spaghetti squash for supper tonight. Made a spaghetti sauce with ground turkey, lotsa veggies and spices let simmer for and hour or so.
We picked up this "huge" spaghetti squash for a buck, cut it in half, took out the seeds and took 15 minutes in the microwave on high to get fork tender. For the recipe you can click HERE or check my recipe blog on the top right sidebar.
|its a big one|
|scooped out the seeds|
|pierce the outside with a knife. a bit of water on the plate|
cover with saran wrap and nuke 15 minutes
|we used only 1/2, the rest will be for another meal|
For me I spiced it up with some Habanero Tabasco Sauce we picked up at the Tabasco factory store on Avery Island Louisiana last fall. This Tabasco sauce really has a nice kick to it.
|Tabasco thats is hot,|
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