Monthly Archives: August 2016

Experiments, New Things & a Fun Day

I’ve still been experimenting with my Instant Pot.  Hard-boiled eggs are a favorite.  Six minutes on high pressure results in perfect eggs with no green around the yolk! One night I got brave and made two dishes.  The first was a whole rotisserie-like chicken and then while that ‘sat’ and rested I made some macaroni … Continue reading »

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Long Post Ahead!

Wow!  I’ve really fallen behind in my blogging! We are still getting 40 hours each at the campground but that will be reduced, most likely, right after Labor Day.  Reservations won’t be taken after September 4th so things will really quiet down then.  Although we can already see a HUGE difference as school starts the … Continue reading »

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Five Acres of Shopping, Fish, Rain and a Rainbow

We’d heard about this store on the north side of Ogden that carries pretty much anything you might need from military surplus items to kitchen gadgets, camping supplies, toys, food items, clothing, cowboy boots, tools and all kinds of other stuff in between. The billboards for Smith and Edwards boast that they carry 5 acres … Continue reading »

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DUP Museum, Brixton’s and Projects

This last weeks ‘day off’ excursion was to the Daughter’s of the Utah Pioneers Museum in Ogden.  The building was commissioned by Brigham Young in 1877 as the only known Relief Society for the LDS Church. The building is jam-packed with artifacts of the early pioneers.  Lots of pictures of the original pioneers adorn the walls. … Continue reading »

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