Another long day.
No matter how long the day is I get to look at this on the way back into town.
It is Pikes Peak. Just lovely!
We are having a great time playing this morning.
We started out with Palm Sunday mass with the Bishop at Saint Mary’s Cathedral.
We had a big breakfast at the hotel.
Then, we headed to the playground.
We had a great dinner at Il Vicino in downtown Colorado Springs.
How can you go wrong with pizza?
We are changing planes on our why to Colorado Springs.
Katie Beth wanted a pink lollipop. I ask her what flavor pink was and she said pinky.
I am looked forward to my work and I think the weather will be great for Karen and Katie Beth.
Katie Beth is enjoying her time at Sci-Quest during her Sprouting Scientist program. Today’s program was about Exercise & Movement.
We are having a great time.
The playground equipment is wonderful. They have lots of things to climb.
The dog area is made up of two areas with one for big dogs and one for small dogs.
My friend, Eric Crigger #14, was playing in the game. You can see Eric is about to take a shot.
Katie Beth and I are having a great time cheering on the teams.
Well, I fired up, for the first, my “Big Green Egg” cooker that my parents gave me for Christmas.
We smoked two chickens. They turned out very good.
We used a pizza baking stone to give more indirect heating. Next time, I will be using some Apple wood from a friends fallen tree.
Katie Beth and I made play dough today. She is having a good time mixing the flour and salt.
No Cook Play Dough Instructions:
1 cup flour
1/2 cup salt
1/2 cup water
Mix well and then divide in parts. Add food coloring to each part to make the colors that you want.
Typically, the recipe can be divided to make two different colors of play dough equal to the typically play dough can found at the store.