Ribs and Steaks

Today started about 10 am with Jan going down to the laundry to do some rugs. We normally don’t do the bigger fuzzy throw rugs in our rig washer because all of the fuzzy lint can sometimes clog up the dryer vent.

When Jan got back I made coffee and then a little later we had a lunch of leftover Famous Dave’s BBQ. A case of when the leftovers are as good as the first time.

About 5:15 we headed out  to Texas Roadhouse along with Al Hesselbart of the RV/MH Hall of Fame. I had probably the best steak I’ve ever had at Texas Roadhouse, a really good ribeye.

In fact, it was so good that after we got back to the rig, I immediately drove right back down there, not for another steak, but to get my cell phone that I somehow left behind.

A little after 7 we talked to our son Chris down in Houston to check in on him and his family. We’re really looking forward to seeing them all  in about 3 weeks.

Looks like we’re in for some more cooler weather. Tomorrow the high is supposed to be 79 with a low of 59, and for the next 10 days the temps should be in the low 80’s and low 60’s.


Tomorrow Jan and I are going to head out and start hitting up local businesses for prizes and gift certificates to give away at the upcoming Eastern Gypsy Journal Rally.

Here’s another retro look at Jan and I visiting the Biltmore Estate & Chimney Rock Mountain in North Carolina last year.

More tomorrow…

Quote of the Day:
"Programming today is a race between software engineers striving to build bigger and better idiot-proof programs, and the Universe trying to produce bigger and better idiots. So far, the Universe is winning."