Sunset behind a storm moving across Lake Superior.
I haven’t been around the computer much the last couple days. Wednesday morning I left here real early and drove up to the UP (that’s Upper Peninsula as opposed to Union Pacific) where I cooked up a bunch of vittles on Wednsday night for a crew of nearly 30 high school age kids and 12 leaders who are building a Habitat house near Musining. Last year I worked with them the whole week, then stayed in the UP for another week of fishing. This is a great group. The goal is to have the house closed in, the electrical wiring run, and the exterior finished in a week. The foundation is done before they arrive. Another crew will take over and do the plumbing, drywall, cabinets, flooring, etc.
Click here to see a photo of last year's completed house. Be sure to read all the way to the end to get to the photo.
Below is a photo of me checking out the Brunswick Stew I made for them. By the way, the gash in my leg was done on my last day of hiking out in Utah (I've yet to written about that trip yet).
I also fixed up a mess of hushpuppies.
And the highlight, chicken, potatoes and cobblers fixed in a Dutch oven (notice my helps taking a break in the background.
And one final shot of Lake Superior at sunset. I spent a day working on the jobsite (building a shed for the family, before I drove the 6 1/2 hours home, arriving back here last night a bit before midnight.