It's about time.

Many of you can relate to Working long hours at your career. Raising your families. Buying a home and paying all the bills related to being homeowners and parents. We're now retired and don't need all that work and expense. Now "It's about time" and what we do to follow our dreams.

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Tuesday, June 2, 2015

Fire Grilled.

Our Location today is Corbin, Kentucky, USA.

After ten days of being in Hyper Mode it felt good to look at the clock this morning and just roll over and go back to sleep. The torn thumbnail had stopped throbbing shortly after I’d fallen asleep last night. In other words we were in no hurry to do anything today. 

Once breakfast was over we settled in at the computers to get caught up on things we had fallen behind on. Kathy managed to complete some online banking while I separated the laundry for the first time in two weeks. 

For lunch we worked together Kathy grilling a couple of ham steaks that would serve our needs for more than a single meal. I was busy on the chopping board making fine cut vegetables that would fill the omelet she would also grill.

Kathy busied herself in the trailer while I did the washing. I found it frustrating when the electric dryers needed multiple attempts to dry the clothes that should have dried the first time around. 

With the clothes put away I returned outside to build something that always makes us feel at home. I built up a campfire but waited for Kathy to come outside before lighting it. Her delay inside was due to preparing the chicken burgers that we intended to grill over the open fire. As the fire started to die down to a solid base I used the portable grilling tools normally associated with tent camping rather than digging out the firepit grill. The taste was especially tasty from the smoky flavoring of the open fire and again we cooked enough for another meal which could be for lunch while on the road tomorrow. 

Another thing that always made us feel at home while camping was having dessert. As Kathy was busy applying the Marshmallows to the toasting forks I was busy grilling them to a toasty brown that melted in our mouths. 

As the fire died to embers and the sun once again slipped behind the clouds the already low temperature seemed to plunge causing us to head inside. This gave us the time we needed to continue getting caught up on the computers. Thanks for following along and feel free to leave a comment. Be Safe and Enjoy!

It’s about time.


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Buttered host!


  1. Now thats the life relaxing around a campfire, enjoy.

  2. Looks like a nice RV Park! Small fire compared to what we had been used to last week!! :)