Me and my big sister! We look a lot a like, I know!
My mom used to let us eat the bone marrow out of soup bones
she cooked in soup, and it was yummy! I haven't had marrow
in years, and this restaurant actually serves it as an appetizer! Sounds
gross, but it is SO good!
Zoe likes to dance with her quail before feasting on it! This child can
put away massive amounts of food, and she has quite
gourmet pallet! She'll eat anything!I
It was Zoe's 12th birthday! Happy Birthday! Love you bunches!
The following day my nephew David came over and we cooked up what halibut I had left in the freezer. Fun family time!
Then while Noel got some things taken care of with tires, truck and trailer, my sister, Zoe and I spent the day at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science. If you are ever in Denver, it is a MUST see - its very well done!
We left rainy Denver and started the last leg of our journey - back to Ohio! We are staying at the KOA in Brookville while looking at various rentals in the area. Noel is interviewing for a full time position - he wants to go back to work! I was able to see by adorable surrogate grandkids and got lots of kisses and hugs, and my dad is very happy to have me home!
My little sunshines!
Thanks for following along with our journey and keeping us in your prayers. Now that we are back to our boring old lives I guess this blog is finished - at least until we get itchy to get back on the road!