The last evening Dave fried a big puffball mushroom that he found in a special secret patch. He cooked it in a
cast iron pan in the bbq. It had the texture of bread and I loved it. We always worry about poison with mushrooms but they have been eating them for years and are still kicking butt.
Then on the last morning Dave rose early to make some fresh bread using his organic Red Fyfe grains that he mills himself. I heard a grinder the night before but couldn't figure out what the noise was. Neighbours a mile away were also having a family reunion and firing off fireworks. I just went blissfully to sleep.He also g rinds a fresh mixture of grains to cook as a porridge for his own breakfast. It all works in with their Thrive Diet . He gave us the rest of the loaf to take on the trail, and boy did we love slicing that for treats. When we got to #1 Son's house the girls liked it too with butter and honey. Dave is a good cook. We like his free B and B services too. We really like the free part.
the girls came running out in pajamas.
Alleluia...such joy for us, and they loved exploring 'Nanny's Fort'. We had a glorious reunion but they wanted to just stay in the RV checking out all the buttons and lights and little hidey holes.
Dana is being a puppy on the dash.
I had two presents for them, a kite and a coconut each. Mom and Dad were in charge of assembling the kites.
We had a lot to talk about. Finally it was bedtime.
Old Man and Nanny were ready for it, sighing with JOY.