The sun had set on Cotton Wood Flats in Guthrie, Oklahoma, and THE Gentlemen of the Road were taking the stage.
It had reached 101 degrees. (You can read about my near heat stroke on yesterday’s post.)
As Mumford & Sons took the stage, the sun had disappeared, my friend, but the breezes . . . → Read More: Mumford & Sons
Our passport to fun! . . . → Read More: A hot time in Guthrie!
Guthrie Stopover, Gentlemen of the Road 2013. (I can’t believe we made it!) . . . → Read More: An Adventure
Okay, I have drawn out this cooking class to five episodes. Today is the last installment.
This coleslaw recipe is from the 3 Guys Smokin website. During the class they mentioned that they had a coleslaw that appealed to those that love creamy slaw and those that love a vinegar-based salad. This is . . . → Read More: Smokin’ Cole Slaw
Roasted veggies to round out a great smokin’ meal and a great cooking class with 3 Guys Smokin’. . . . → Read More: Roasted Veggies (Part Quatre)
This is the second installment documenting our recent cooking class. Today’s recipe: Smoked Pork Butt. . . . → Read More: Championship Smoked Pork Roast (Part Deux)
This is the first in a two part series documenting our recent BBQ and smoking cooking class. Today’s recipes: Cheesy Bread and Corn Souffle. . . . → Read More: A Smokin’ Cookin’ Class
“What an odd name for a restaurant,” I thought. (Barn Happy was the name of the restaurant, not Blue Hobbit feet…more about those in a bit.)
While we were at mom’s for the Fourth (and the garden tour), she was determined to have a mother/daughter lunch amid all the hubbub.
“We have go to . . . → Read More: Barn Happy, Blue Hobbit Feet, and the Usual KC Stop
Mom’s border garden of begonias and BEETS.
Over July 4th, we traveled to Iowa to see Mom, Sis and the boys (two nephews and a brother-in-law). I have previously featured a few of their garden specimens for Abigail’s Virtual Flowers so if you are an avid reader, you may see some repeats.
. . . → Read More: The Garden Tour
A show stopping garden at Grand Lake and a spot to get sustenance before or after your visit. . . . → Read More: Garden at the Lake