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Thursday, April 16, 2009

Loading the RV AGAIN

Geez--seems like I just got that RV unloaded and here we are semi-loading it again!! We are off to Seattle tomorrow to deliver our fifth wheel RV to Denny and Ellen's farm in Seattle. While in Seattle, we have several motorhomes from CraigsList that we are going to see and we may purchase one but if we don't all the stuff we take with us has to fit in the truck along with us and the dog to come home. So--I've been very selective about what I take--we will be eating out a lot to say the least.

Tomorrow night we will stop in Spokane and spend the night with dear friends Gene and Mary. We met them many years ago while involved in the sport of Cowboy Action Shooting. They are both retired school teachers and have led the most wonderful lives--retiring young, sailing on a beautiful sailboat, RVing, and just enjoying life. They have an English Cocker dog named Sadie and she and Jazz have a love/hate relationship.

Michael made it over to his son's today not without issues--the clutch died in his old truck on the way over so he left the equipment there and limped home--that old truck may be headed to the graveyard!

Another winter scene--doesn't it look bleak? The trees that look so stark are the ones that burned in a forest fire 3 years ago this fall--got a little too close, didn't it??

In past months many of the blogs I read mentioned this great bread cookbook, Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day. Michael gave me a copy for Christmas and I finally got around to trying it this week. I am thrilled--one of the problems I always have when making bread is how long to knead it--you don't knead this bread--it is so easy and it tasted great. As I write this, I have another loaf in the oven to take to Mary and Gene.

The forecast is for sunshine in Washington and sunshine and warmer temperatures here in MT, YEA!


  1. I have been thinking of getting that book after seeing on several blogs. You may have just sealed the deal. Have a safe trip.

  2. Have a safe trip and good luck in your rv shopping...Ellie & Jim

  3. I just ordered the bread book from the library :-)
    thanks for the tip,


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