Great Weekend and Pork Fat Rules

Wow, what a great weekend. The weather was perfect, maybe 80 degrees, low humidity, and light breezes. Perfect for the Brook-N-Wood Pig Roast on Saturday. Bike ride in the afternoon and then the cookout Whole pig roasted on a spit and man was the bacon from his belly ever good. Then a sit down dinner with shredded, Hawaiin style pig, taters, corn, hotdogs and just about all the trimmins. Almost made me wish I was a human. A coupla beers, ice cream for dessert and it was great.
Sunday was church again at St Christopher’s then off to the RibFest. More pork fat, this time a slab o’ ribs grilled and smothered with a tangy-sweet-vinegary but not too spicy sauce. Some home made Italian Ice, a beer, and a sample of Creme Brûlée Banannas with Nutella Dust from the demo tent (courtesy of the Culinary Institute of America) and again they were stuffed
So stuffed as a matter of fact that neither of them remembered to take a picture. Got home, did a few e-chores and off to bed. Dad is doing laundry now while Mom works at her day job for NVCC then it is house cleaning and installing the PressurePro tire monitoring system sensors after lunch and troubleshooting the right rear tire on the Mazda which keeps losing air. Can’t find a nail or anything in it and the valve stem seemed like it tightened a little when Neil tried it so maybe that was the issue. Otherwise will have to find a tire place to figure it out.

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The full time RV travels and experiences of Gunther the Bear and Kara the Dog…along with their human staff neil and Connie.
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1 Response to Great Weekend and Pork Fat Rules

  1. My favourite food at an outdoor event is roasted Hog – delicious!

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