Friday, October 19, 2012

Time flies...

Rutherfordton, NC 28139
RV LIFE: Still workamping, still enjoying our time here.
Scott clearing woods

Devin & Lyla still enjoying life at "The Kingdom" (Four Paws Kingdom)
Most popular person at the dog park is the person with the dog treats in their pocket. Probably the most "stupid" person also.
In spite of our small RV kitchen, Scott still cooks some great meals, just not as often as when we lived in a house.
This is Scott's first rib roast in our RV. Yummy! He has this down to perfection. So delicious. 
TIP: (Kitchen)
My breakfast normally consists of coffee, toasted whole wheat bread with PB & J on top. Scott bought some cinnamon raisin bread, so I've been having that for breakfast instead. PB & J on cinnamon raisin bread isn't a good combo in my world. So, I use butter and sprinkle extra cinnamon sugar on top.  We don't use butter often, so when I need butter for toast, it's hard. 
Here's my solution:
Use a vegetable peeler to peel the butter into thin slices. The slices go on the warm toast and voila, melted butter.


The Prince Of Beverly Hills (Rick Barron, #1)The Prince Of Beverly Hills by Stuart Woods
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

My first Stuart Woods book. I like the characters. I guess I was drawn in, to the wealth & power of the rich movie production companies.
Set in the late 1930's early 1940's, I at first had a difficult time acclimating to that time period.
It was difficult to believe the money that was thrown around and the ease that the main character (head of security), could just command things and they were done no matter what the cost & how quickly he was trusted completely and moved up in the business. But this is fiction, so...
As head of security for the studio, Rick Barron needs to prevent problems and if there are problems, solve them and make sure they are not made public. Protect the movie stars and the production company's reputations.
There is part Lives of the Rich & Famous, part Romance, part Mobster, part War novel.
I look forward to reading more in this series.

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1 comment:

  1. Nice butter tip....LOVE real ice cold butter but in a nice thin slice on toast sounds perfect :O) Been wondering about you...thinking from NJ you have family there and hoping all are safe and no damage!


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