My son set up my stationary bike stand, put on a new seat, filled the tires with air, and I am ready to start my training. So far, so good. I cleared more brush . I don't know what I will tackle after I finish clearing this
section of woods. I have to plan what I want to do with this clearing. It all started when I decided that I didn't want to see the wood shed.I actually don't spend a lot of time looking at it, but when
I am outside ,it is very visible. We are back to eating our family meal in the tent. Tonights dinner, Taco Sunday, was a hit with my son. He said that it was the best dinner he has had. Since the only thing
that I cooked is the cilantro lime rice, every other Mexican type food came from a can or pre prepared , I don't consider that much of a compliment. But I am glad that he enjoyed it. Dixie spent dinner time wrapped in a blanket, squeezed behind my back. She
hates these Sunday dinners outdoors. Besides a couple of wheelbarrows, we have two garden carts. One is mine, a red 4 wheeled cart with red canvas sides. I carry my groceries from the car to the pod and
my garbage to the curb. The other cart is the work horse. It has 4 wheels and a flat top. Tonight for dinner, I didn't want to carry everything , a few dishes at a time to the tent, so I put a tablecloth and flowers on the cart , filled it with serving dishes
and had help rolling it down the hill to the tent. We called it a rolling buffet. I wish I had thought of this last year.