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... to complain about frosting, anyway? I dare you to complain about frosting. Just close your eyes while you eat the damn cake if you don’t like the frosting. Get a grip.
Although yeast is cheap and friendly, like me, it can lack ambition. Sometimes I’ll try to inspire a listless yeast by starting a new batch in a bowl right beside the sad one. I give both bowls the same motivators-hot ...
... to the tray and the tray is put into a stack… SEE PHOTOS… fresh creek water will flow across the tray… its been covered with a screen when it was placed in the stack and will now sit in the running water….
A time and temperature scale has been created and when that number of time and temperature reach 600, the eggs will hatch… During the time in the Hatchery the windows are covered, the lights are ...
When we reached Lost Lake, we realized it, too, had succumbed to the government shutdown. The entry point as closed and a gate prevented us from driving all the way down to the lake shore. There were a few other cars parked right outside of the gate, though, so we followed suit. We walked the rest of the way to the shore, about a quarter-mile down the road, then followed a foot path around the North side ...
... hike (3.6 miles roundtrip and "only" 600 ft gain) to Tamanawas Falls, The trailhead lay right on Highway 35 on our way back to the hotel, so it would have been a shame not to try to sneak it in.
The trail was mostly level and followed the creek pretty closely, with the elevation gain distributed between a couple of steep sections. We reached what looked like a rock slide, and a temporary sign pointing left made us think that the original trail ...
... of a car window. Even at that all the trash we pick up won't fill up a 5 gallon bucket. Amazing.
Although we worked Sunday and Monday we took time to visit with our new friends and co- volunteer hosts Betty and Jay. They have begun their 13th year of full time RVing. They shared some of their many experiences and we with them. They are a very friendly and interesting couple. Sadly, they depart for Montana tomorrow. Bon Voyage, friends.