When we had our first motorhome, an Eldorado 24 ft. Class C, it was a fairly “plain Jane” model...no generator, no microwave, no satalitte dish...all the “necessaties” of life. Since there was no generator there was no toaster. So we did the best we could and fried the bread on one side. Brent called it “camping toast.” This morning, Michelle sent a text that she was making camping toast rolls. With Michelle’s homemade peach preserves, it is one of our favorite breakfast treats. Tippy liked it, too.
Michelle and I went on some Saturday errands...to the Library, to the day old bread store, and to Walmart. I got tired and hungry in Wally World so I went to McDonalds for something to eat and drink. Michelle finished our shopping, went through the check-out line, and came to eat her half of our lunch.
After resting for awhile back home, Bill, Michelle, Tippy, and I went for a walk around the block.
It was cool most of the day so Michelle made chili and cornbread for dinner. It really tasted good. Just as Bill and I went into the house, rain started to fall. Soon the lightening and thunder started and the rain came down harder. The storm lasted for over two hours.
The Ducks were playing the University of Colorado in Boulder and the bad weather delayed the game for over an hour, I think. The problem was the lightening. The rule is lightening within eight miles of the field delays the game until the storm passes through the area.
The game wasn’t over until nearly 12:30. Bill watched the first half of the game and then went to bed. Ron came out to watch with us. He and I watched the whole thing. Oregon won! Yea!