It was an enjoyable day in the country even though there were a lot of birds making a big racket singing and tweeting.
Doug opened the basement to get out some cleaner and discovered that the bin he stores such things in was covered in oil. It seems he had a spare jug of unused oil that somehow leaked. It was a slickery mess. So his first project of the day was to clean it up.
Next he got up on the roof of the rig and hosed it down and scrubbed it with cleaner especially designed for rubber roofs. That chore had not been done in about 8 months and was direly needed. He also then washed down the back cap on the trailer so JoAnn could see out her kitchen window. The rest of the rig will get washed one part at a time in the next few days. That's what retirement is all about, taking your time.
Fillmore found his kong in the open basement door so we had to stop and have a kong throw.
JoAnn was also busy. She used Susie's humendous washing machine to catch up on our laundry. She also was on cooking detail for the day. She made baked spaghetti and experimented with a strawberry/cherry creme pie. This is similar to the key lime pie that has been so popular except it uses different ingredients. It was good, but we both liked the key lime better.
Maddy came over for dinner which made 6 of us. Afterwards the girls decided to go help granddaughter Angie choose a wardrobe for an interview tomorrow. David slinked off to his den and Doug found something to do in the rig.
We are thinking of going to a nearby SP to do some walking tomorrow if the weather remains as beautiful has it has been. After today, it looks like the chemo didn't bother Doug too much so we will resume normal activities.
Ken and Cindy are in Abbeville and their blog recounts their restaurant hopping. That makes for bitter sweet reading; sweet as it describes the food, bitter in that we aren't there with them. They also have a good picture of Fillmore on yesterday's post.www.frerxadventures.blogspot.com/