Our surviving ducks after a winter we called the winter of the Coyote. Yes, the have names, the one on the left is Dottie and the one on the right is Rain. Dottie is a Canardly and Rain is a Rouen.
Preps for our Memorial day dinner. We made tin foil dinners on the grill on the tailgate of the truck. Lamb chops, carrots, Mexican squash, yellow squash, zucchini, green beans, onions, garlic, potatoes and spices! (Lamb of course Double Nickel Lamb)
Extra chops cooking along side the tin foil dinners packed with what each person wanted for dinner. Bill has been making tin foil dinners with the kids all of their lives. It is nice to still watch the kids sit around the table with the foil in front of them as each one fills the foil with the items they want!
~traditions are so easy to establish and forever part of the family~
This was a simple project I made yesterday from an extra yardstick. We have several pair of work gloves and they pile up on the shoe shelf which made it hard to pair up gloves when needed. Materials needed to make this: yardstick sawed in half, glue gun and glue stick, clothespins and a few screws to mount on wall. (my gloves are the turquoise gloves on the bottom-they match my work shoes-which are turquoise Crocs-as it is New Mexico!)