Very Small Owls . . .

Our do-nothing day started with some of the delicious banana nut bread that my Aunt Virginia gave us before we left Athens, along with some really good Vanilla Crème/Chocolate Almond coffee.

It was really nice to just sit around and do absolutely nothing, and have nowhere to be. Later for lunch Jan made cheese toast using some of the sourdough bread that Aunt Virginia also gave us. Really good.

After lunch I got on the phone to American Coach to get some help with the starting problem I had last week. Bypassing the Battery Control Center temporarily fixed the problem and also isolated the problem TO the BCC,

And with their usual great support, American Coach emailed me a copy of the BCC manual, and also the name of an outside tech that specializes in the unit. They said he would be glad to give me any help I needed.

Kudos to American Coach.

We have 4G here at the park with a speed of about 11.5 Mbps. Not bad at all. But even better is the 3G speed that I use the most. At 2.5 Mbps, it’s one of the fastest I’ve seen. Very Nice!

About 4 Jan and I headed out to our favorite local wing place, the one and only Hooters. And in this case, it’s world’s smallest.


It’s actually built as part of a double-wide trailer complete with the wheels still underneath. Supposedly it can all be towed away in case of a hurricane heading this way. Don’t know how well that would work. But that’s the story anyway.

Getting back home we spent some more time catching up on some of our DVR’d shows. Then about 8 Jan heated up our dessert.

After we finished our supper at Lulu’s last night, we were too full for dessert, so we got a piece to go. And of course it had to be their Krispy Kreme Bread Pudding.

Krispy Kreme Bread Pudding

It’s really hard to describe how good this is. I mean, it’s bread pudding made with Krispy Kreme donuts.

How could it not be delicious.


Thought for the Day:

“’Need’ now means wanting someone else’s money. ‘Greed’ means wanting to keep your own. ‘Compassion’ is when a politician arranges the transfer.’” – John Stossel



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