We are down to three. The last of the nine Uchitelle's that either accompanied me or met me here , have gone back to DC, Colorado, and New York. It's suddenly very quiet. Having all of us in the trailer for coffee and whatever we could scrounge
up for breakfast, made us a little nervous. What if our weight caused the trailer to lean. We decided to have half of us on one side and the rest on the other side. Even though we knew that we were stable and grounded, it made us feel better. I bought an Idaho
potato at the grocery.I am determined to have a baked Idaho potato. I never did get the stove to reach even the 400 degree mark. I decided to micro wave it and then put it in the oven to crisp the skin. The micro wave worked, but it never crisped. I
got hungry waiting ,so I ate it the way it was. It was worth waiting for. I also finished that Jersey milk that I bought. I can't do that again. It was just too good and easy to drink. Now I have to bring back the bottle for my $1.95 refund. I'll
also check if I won the Washington State lottery. Wouldn't that be a great ending to having children and Grandchildren around for a week.