|Yummy banana bread|
Saturday, March 23, 2013
Baking bread and old houses
Went and enjoyed a walk at the park today with the dog and the wife still looking for spring here, it was in the upper 30s while we were out, a brisk beautiful morning. We hiked about 3 and a half miles at Downs park along the Chesapeake the bay looked nice and smooth even with an steady wind from the north, made me want to be out fishing. Left and stopped to get some burgers at Five Guys and noticed my tire was almost completely flat so hopped on over to the gas station and aired it up and hoped that would get me home which it did. Once home took some soap and a spray bottle and found a hole. Got the plug kit out and promptly broke the reamer. This was the second Harbor Freight tire plugger I have broke. I broke the one I put in the wife SUV back in January it doesn't pay to buy cheap tools I about nearly drove the reamer through my hand. Luckily when I broke the wife's I bought a good set for her car so I pulled that out and manage to plug the tire. Then came in and me and the dog took a nap for the rest of the afternoon and I needed that been fighting off a cold for about a week and a half now. When I woke up I got inspiration to do some baking and just happen to have some over ripe bananas so through together some banana bread and put dinner on. Venison goulash and corn bread YUM!
While I was uploading my cooking pictures I came across pictures of my mothers last house that she owned before she past. I took pictures of the work that my brother in law and I did when my mother bought it so I figured I would post them here.