Another bell ringer for fall being upon us is that harvest time is now complete (or nearly complete). That means it’s New England Boiled Dinner time which is exactly what we prepared for yesterday’s meal. Cabbage, Carrots, Potatoes, and Turnip all boiled in the same pot with either a corned beef brisket or ham (in our case ham). Also, a nice side dish of butternut squash and an apple pie for dessert, then you have a meal fit for a king (and a queen).
Being that it was Sunday, we attended worship at the World Outreach Church extension. Pastor Allen Jackson’s sermons are recorded and posted on the church’s website for our listening pleasure. It’s really nice to be able to hear good preaching where ever we travel.
After church, we joined Ray and Pat around the campfire for some social interaction. They had returned from their “camping trip” Saturday evening much to Miss Kitty’s delight. We chatted for about an hour and a half before it was time for us to come home and tend to dinner. We turned on the old tele and watch a little football while the veggies were cooking. Ray and Pat joined us around four o’clock for dinner and a little more social time.
This is a great campground, we’ll have to remember to come back here often. We have a nice secluded site with a beautiful view and the neighbors are pretty nice folks, if we must say so. Here is the view from our living room window – not too shabby, eh?
Judy is having her ultrasound and blood work done the first thing this morning, so we have to get going. See ya again tomorrow, until then take care!
Best wishes on Judy's tests. Not so best wishes on the New England Boiled Dinner - not my favorite!ReplyDelete