Not my original, but quite a laugh this morning. Thanks to whomever posted.
Sprouts Market is right across the street from our RV park. Luv that store’s produce. The sign said “Sumo Mandarin”. I had to smile—they were big and even though on sale, the price for the mandarin orange pictured was $1.56 for 1. Yes, it was sweet; a tad less sweet than Cutie clementines; but we […]
Somewhere in the vast universe of cooking videos, I watched Jacques Pepin create 3 vegetable salads. I was riveted as I always am when watching this great man cook. But here was the shocker: the third recipe he demonstrated in the video was a Cream Dressing that his mother used to make. While making […]
Learning the intricacies of RV systems has been good for our brains. 3-week vacation coming to a close. End of the days after parking are always the best. (See photo re: Lake Marion) Lots of time to contemplate recipes ahead while Roy is driving on I95 and not much navigation required by the nervous navigator. […]
Lake Jordan State Park is a beautifully wooded, spacious camping location for staying 4 nites. No wonder it’s so popular—senior rate for site with electric/water is $27.00. So lest anyone think that RV’ing does not include daily exercise, I report our 3.5 mile walks the last 2 days and a photo of Roy’s inventive use […]
It’s been a week since we have been able to stay still; have a lovely campground; wifi; and a motor home prepared meal. As a friend in Oregon proclaims, adventure!!! We have had some including no campsites in Gatlinburg TN area; bumper to bumper traffic in Pigeon Forge; and staying overnight in the Visitors Parking […]
Stone Mountain GA is the second largest monolith in the world, but wait there’s more: 3 carved figures of Civil War Generals and a Pumpkin Festival (only on weekends). Anyone know the largest monolith in the world? Monolith defined: Formed of single large block of stone. Taco Tuesday: Beyond Meat Spicy Crumbles heated in frying […]
Lovely short ride from our campsite to Warm Springs where FDR built his southern white house after he first visited the warm sulfur springs (88 degrees) that helped him move his legs after contracting polio (at 39 years). Very modest house with wonderful patio/porch; servants quarters with garage where his hand operated car was kept; […]
Staying in place for 3 nights and exploring the area. Pine Mountain is a very cute tiny town with wonderful antique shops. Below is a photo of a found art object for Roy’s next project???? First Surprise—our gas tank holds 55 gallons $$$$. Next surprise—never much had the hots for Walmart but they are everywhere […]
Second Day with the Thor Vegas; Continuing on Route 19; observing solar panels on both sides of the road as far as the eye can see near Butler Ga. Research: Southern Power “planted” 1070 acres and it’s “paying off.” Supper: Mom’s Vegetable Barley Soup, made at home and frozen, just for the trip. YUM!!!