Woke to a rainy day this morning not a hard rain just gentle and it will hit 40 today. Changing my wash schedule and plan to do all the wash today, less stress for Fridays when I also go up to court.
I started the new book last night, first real printed on paper book I have read in a while. Boy is the type small and no button like on the Kindle to make the font larger :(. So my eyes tired quickly, but I got through the intro and the first chapter.
Heard some beeping and the Propane Truck is here, wow he dropped off over 400 bucks of propane. Last refill was just about 6 weeks ago, another :(
|At over $2 a gallon that truck is worth a lot|
Well we got there almost a half hour early and they took her right in and she was out quickly with a new filling and sealant on her teeth. Alexus snapped a picture of the SPCA that was raided yesterday, still lots of activity there. (They say there were over 300 cats there.) (Now saying over 500)
|A drive by picture on the way home from the dentist.|
Elizabeth brought the dessert.
|It was very good, but lots of points!!|
I woke up feeling like I had slept till 10am, but the clock said 7:50. So I got a good start on the day, the sun was out for a while but it ended up snowing a little, just a dusting. I worked up at court for a couple hours and then came back home and watched some podcasts.
More leftovers for supper tonight and watching recorded TV. Pretty much an easy day. Our income tax returns were filed yesterday and today they were accepted. Now to wait for the refunds and wonder if we will be audited.
We are back to a winter wonderland this morning just a trace of snow but everything is white. We both had a lazy morning and decided to watch the first 3 hours of Masada around noon. Its a two disk movie and blockbuster only sends me one at a time.
During the movie we got a snow thunderstorm, with a couple real good boomers.
After the movie I got about 10lbs of spare ribs Bonnie brought home yesterday prepared with Pappy's rub for tomorrow in the the smoker. Think we will try Apple wood smoke this time.
|All rubbed down and ready to rest overnight in the fridge.|
Just before dark Bonnie spotted the deer digging through the snow to get at the grass in the back yard. Interesting how their backs were covered with snow and it did not melt. Too dark to grab a picture.
NASCAR starts today so I guess we will watch some of that this evening. Pretty thrilling end to the race.
Up and getting ready to head to Attica for Church. No new snow overnight but it is down to 24.
As soon as we got home I fired up the smoker and put the apple wood bisquettes in it. Then took down the ribs and put them in the smoker.
|Spread them out on the racks|
|Into the smoker for 4 or five hours|
The first rack is done and ready to eat the others will be soon to follow.
|Off after a little over 4 1/2 hours|
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