Bring The Sun On

Thank God for all the sun today at Lakeport, FL  We got a couple of walks in.

A walk across the road to the canal that leads to Lake Okeechobee.

A walk across the road to the canal that leads to Lake Okeechobee.

One of the local residents.

One of the local residents.

Today’s big project is to put splash shields around the stove.  What might be simple in the big city takes a while out on the camp trail.  Both pieces of aluminum had to be hand cut with a box knife.  The one under the hood itself has 8 hidden cuts for the vent and wiring.  The hood had to be moved for everything to work.  This simple project took a few hours.

Kitchen project installing splash shields around stove.

Kitchen project installing splash shields around stove.

Left shield in place only 2 hand cuts.

Left shield in place only 2 hand cuts.

Finihsed project.  We screwed the panels into place as we decided on enameled alumium panels.  If we have custom stainless built later ($$$) we will glue those in place.

finished project. We screwed the panels into place as we decided on enameled alumium panels. If we have custom stainless built later ($$$) we will glue those in place.

We went into the community building

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A look at the other side of the counter at the stove.

These spice racks may not seem much, but I made them for our boat Butterfly Dream, they were in out first fifth wheel, and our mountain cabin.

These spice racks may not seem much, but I made them for our boat Butterfly Dream, they were in out first fifth wheel, and our mountain cabin.

FLASH FROM THE PAST Butterfly Dream Christmas 2009

FLASH FROM THE PAST
Butterfly Dream Christmas 2009

We spent a large amount of the afternoon making 3 dozen sets of earrings for a faith-based project.

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Not bad for a old guy with only three working fingers due to arthiritis.

Not bad for an old guy with only three working fingers due to arthritis.

We have no idea what a Sour Orange Festival is, let alone being held in a Ghost Town, but guess where we are going tomorrow.

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Looking for more sunshine tomorrow.  We added a new feature to the home page, this shows a map of our travels (pray we can keep it working)

Accept him whose faith is weak, without passing judgment on disputable matters 

 

 

One thought on “Bring The Sun On

  1. Hi guys,
    I love to read your blog and keep up with your adventures. This brings back memories of boat maintenance in exotic ports! I hope you haven’t run aground yet. Do you still have your house? Have a great time as you continue to live every day as unto the Lord.
    Richard and Carolyn…

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