Jun. 21st, 2010

patable2010: (Cheers)
Currently my most unusual favorite sammich is a PLT on toasted and buttered whole wheat. Peanut butter (either kind), lettuce and tomato that is... all the lovely crisp and crunchy cuts the gooey and tastes great. Oh, and sometimes I mix three parts peanut butter with one part honey. I kid you not; it's yummy! So far as I know my friends aren't trying it.
patable2010: (fibre arts)

Finished loading the van and buying supplies to head out of town by 2pm. At St Joe I got off the wrong interchange for 169 and went the wrong way half an hour before I realized my error. Got turned around and arrived at camp around 5pm, got trolled in and put the tent up 'down in the dell'. It was a very hot and humid day for setting up. When I had the tent pinned down and the supports in place there was help at hand and we got it raised so I could finish with the tie-downs and get a lot of my stuff unloaded into it. When it began raining I got in the van and tried to find Owain so I could deliver Leofwyna's power cookies. I decided to keep the van overnight to finish unloading the next day and ran into town very late for McDonalds for supper. Later back in camp while the rain continued I visited awhile with friends before heading down to assemble my bed, wash up and retire.


In the morning it was just sprinkling while I finished unloading into tent. I was still in 'mufti' when I got tired of the rain all morning so went to town for BBQ at Leyman's. Back at the campgrounds I again tried to deliver Owain's power cookies; finally left them at chergeons tent. Took ice back to camp in the van and naturally Owain was there so I was able to direct him to his packet.

While putting away ice I opened up the tent a bit and headed over for the hot showers. It commenced raining again and I backtracked to close up the tent leaving the van by the pavillion since the ground was pretty wet by this point. Waiting out the rain in the tent I was organizing it when HE Cat ran down the hill, in the rain, to get my keys to move the van. Ouch, that called for a major apology later for setting up the cause for her dousing. When the rain let up I parked the van in upper lot which later became exit only parking and I didn't retrieve it the entire war. (I was very glad it started right up at the end of the war.)

I'm not really sure, now, which day the lovely double rainbow showed itself so I'll note it here by deducing which day I would have been walking up and out of camp in the way my memory has it. It was a high, tight, complete arch with a rich inner rainbow echoed by a fainter complete outer bow. Mama's come to war!!!


More rain; I decided I wouldn't be setting up my 'kitchen' sunshade so I set up the tables inside to get stuff off the floor and put the food box and pans underneath. During quiet time in the baronial pavillion I converted a bedskirt into another veil. I kept supper simple with ham sandwiches.


Intermittant rain kept me in the baronial pavillion most of the day. I spent the time converting a black paisley print broomstick skirt into a tunic. I had pulled pork sandwich from Dumb Blondes for supper on my way to troll 8pm-12am.


Intermittant rain kept me in the baronial pavillion most of the day.
I spent the time converting a red broomstick skirt into a pair of poofy pants. The weather cleared enough at suppertime that I cooked up mac 'n cheese with chedderwurst for supper using the grill.


Planned a day away from camp so I organized food, water and handwork in my cart and dressed to be cool during the day with shift and belted stola with my overtunic along to wear later during court. I attended Jenna's storytelling sessions and was in place to get a good spot for court. Got back to camp just in time for more rain at suppertime so settled again for ham sandwiches. Went on a late camp stroll with Sash ending up with slushies at Odyssey where we finally found Marcella.


Finally a dry day with a nice breeze to balance the sunshine. Too bad I scorched back of my neck sitting in smokers' porch all day. Gyda drove in to KC to pick up Roselyn of the East to spend a couple days with us; Gyda knows her from a narrow wares list. I know from past experience how much fun meeting up with computer friends can be. Since she comes from the same area as Lisa I asked if she knew her; Rose did come up with Sara Davies personna which I hadn't remembered. After dark I left on another late camp stroll with Sash and Chiara; when I lost them in the merchant area I snagged another slushie at Odyssey before heading back to camp.


I had thought to get to the rest of Jenna's storytelling sessions today but the day was hot and still so I stayed at the baronial pavillion instead. I cooked up mac 'n cheese with chedderwurst again for supper on the grill and then hard boiled the eggs since I'd not dealt with breakfasts afterall. The fireworks were GREAT! We could also see an impressive storm passing north of us that evening, no rain this time though.


Rain again in the morning but vehicles were being allowed off-road so Isadora fetched in the van during her ice run and I loaded 3/4 of my stuff while I still had morning shade. Another storm BLEW in through causing some damage around camp; no injuries fortunately. However, court was cancelled due to big tent having issues. At that point I finished loading and headed home. And yes, I stopped for more BBQ and brought some home for Leofwyna who was already gone to work when I pulled in. Maggie was glad to see me.
patable2010: (Saxon)

Since I'm now used to waking earlier I was able to greet Leofwyna this morning when she got home from work. While she was sleeping today I brought in a few things from the van but rain (again) stopped that process. I left the tent laying on the drive and the wet wool blanket on the fence so the moisture wouldn't be condensing in the van. It'll take a sunny day to get those things dried out.

We thought We'd go to a movie tonight but during supper at the local Chinese buffet another gullywasher came through and we decided to stay home with a jigsaw puzzle. Apparently we got another 1.5 inches just this evening. The ground is thoroughly saturated.
patable2010: (Saxon)

Leofwyna mowed most of the lawn last Friday to beat threatened rain so I didn't have to face that today. Instead I started the work to get unloaded, sorted, cleaned, and put away from the nine days camping. The sun was shining today so the tent and sunshade got spread out to dry. Got the van partly emptied. I do this in stages to accomplish the laundry and other washing up and putting away to avoid bringing bugs into the house. There's still rubbermaid tubs in the van to come in tomorrow and some major putting away of camp gear in the garage needs to happen this week as things get cleaned up and sorted out.

The garden is looking productive. I've gotta weedwhack around the beds and weed so I can get a better look at what I have but I did harvest a couple small heads of broccoli for salad at supper. I put together the apple-beans-sausage from my camp gear so Leofwyna could eat before heading out to a half-day at work.

Tonight I'm cycling several laundry loads and washing up the camp pans and grill.


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