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... activity - eating! We made pizza croissants, salmon and cream cheese muffins, macaroni and cheese balls - and when that all ran out we ordered pizza. I even tried my hand at making rice crispy treats. It might have been the wine or the pot, but they came out harder than granite. We ate it anyway. We stayed up late into the evening drinking wine and slept late the following morning.
We awoke to find ...
... jolly. We showed up on a Sunday afternoon and got to ride in the Engine with our friend Earl, the Engineer. It was really neat! He taught us about trains and how they work and gave us a quick tour of the engine. Also, in case you ever find yourself in the engine room of a train that is running, you should know it is a felony for someone who isn't an Engineer to even sit in the driver`s seat! I enjoyed ...
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... now). Kevin has been playing the fiddle and I have been spinning wool and learning about watercolors.
Our days at the house pass by quickly with these projects, cooking good food, and little daily tasks. Also, we have been pouring a lot of time into searching for plane-tickets to the Philippines and researching travel options. It has gone through many permutations, but I am happy to say today we actually bit the bullet and bought plane ...
... a moving van so she can head to Florida. We have been enjoying the local farmer's market, the amazing fall apples (so many flavors!) and the peace and quiet.
We also are spending some time digging through the treasures stashed away
over the past half century by Kevin's Grandpa. He was a collector of
useful things and there is a whole workshop and barn full of nifty
artifacts to be rediscovered.