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8/14/19

Cooking Supervision

Adventure Location: Decatur, Alabama
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The OFM claimed his back hurt this morning and he needed to rest so we let him rest after he had breakfast, cleaned the kitchen, took a reasonable walk, did the laundry and put it away, then got ready for lunch. We left for lunch about 1235.

During the short walk due to heat, we found that many of the oak trees have fresh acorns getting ready to attack the roofs of the RVs. These clusters were at head height over the walking trail just looking for an opportunity to bonk a noggin.




They get about three times that size when they are ready to attack.

Fresh chicken stoup was made today and here it is just before the final cooking with all the vegetables ready for the final phase. As you can see Gavin Rock had to be in the middle of everything checking to make sure the OFM is doing it right.




Then late this afternoon the temps outside had moderated a bit and some breeze was moving the air around. So the OFM braved the outside world and went and played 9 holes of golf. It was warm but within his heat tolerance for a change. He was experimenting with some new golf techniques and shots. He found out he is not good enough to do more than whack and chase. But he had fun, got good exercise and shot a 51 for his score. If he had not messed around with the new stuff he probably could have shot a 76 or so. Higher score in golf is better as we understand it.

Now what are we going to do tomorrow for trying to have tooooo much fun?

4 comments:

  1. I am sure that come tomorrow morning you'll know what to do!

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  2. Your stoup looks very tasty, and golfing sure sounds like too much fun.

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  3. A higher score means a better workout. More walking and bending over calisthenics.

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    1. I hate it that last year was the start of me having to use a golf cart. My knees just were not handling the walking my Army golf required.

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