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48 in refrigerator
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48 in refrigerator - Wallmonkeys Peel
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Day 253/365 - A day at the mines.
Day 253/365 - A day at the mines.
11:17am I'm currently sitting in a comfy leather seat, feet up on an ottoman typing to the future me…and you. Were traveling out to what I can only imagine will be a place void of nearly all modern comfort. But I have no fear of the rough wild west as we are traveling with all the comforts of home, a 48' bomb ass RV with quads in tow. A rolling 70 feet of luxury. I'm not very hard to please as I really would of been happy to be camping period. You'd think I'm 10 years old when if fact I'm closer to 30 and I'm still overly excited to be kicking back in an RV typing my blog while traveling 60mph and watching the rolling mountain landscape fly by! We nearly cleared out the house and refrigerator in preparation. I made sure to grab everything I'd need to cook for everyone. I even went back in to grab more butter! Julia Childs is probably the only other person who loves butter as much as I do! Unfortunately after this trip everyone may see just how much I love butter! I've come to the decision that I will be purchasing one of these new fangled RVs in lue of an actual home. I don't like to be too stationary and this would be a great way to have home with me at all times! I'm sure my parents wouldn't mind me parking in their driveway. Just think… I could invite them over to my place for dinner but still be close enough to shop in their refrigerator! I had mentioned to Joyce today that I was going to have to take a 3 day weekend once these project is over and not bring any technology. No camera, no lights, no computer, no phone. She laughed and said She'll have to be there to see that and make sure I don't cheat! Its not easy traveling during this project yet I've done it more than i have in the past 10 years. I was told that I was worse than a woman as to go camping I have a 2 bags, a large suit case, 40lbs of lead acid batteries, 3 stands, a tripod and a full bag of ingredients for gourmet cooking. I remember the days when I could get on a plane with a book bag and a duffle bag and I'd be good for 2 weeks. Its ok cause I love what I'm doing now and for the fist time I'll have a full daily account of my life for an entire year. If I keep doing this, one day I'll be able to publish the most obnoxious and random book of memoirs! Well were here… It appears that we are going to be camping in the middle of an old copper mining town. Should be interesting. Until I return with tails of desert fun and photography... Several Hours and several pounds of dust Later: We were traveling through the mountains in no particular direction. Trails? what trails? The "paths" looked as if they hadn't been used since the gold rush! Our first run in with danger came in the form of a very steep rock slop. With a little patience and careful and skilled maneuvers we were able to get down the slop. Once we made it down we were now on a plateau with no foreseeable exit. With a little scouting we found a path leading further up the mountain which eventually led us down to a main path. We figured it was time to head back to the camper since we'd already been out for nearly 4 hours. The path we were on seemed smooth and straight until we found a recently abandoned bronco two with a flat tire in the middle of the rocky path. WIth the trucks owner no where in site and the truck blocking the bulk of the path. We had to be creative and slowly sneak by the truck. We drove down a few hundred feet and was confronted with a 10 foot drop that was slightly steeper than we were comfortable with. We immediately knew why that truck had a flat tire! I can't understand how that truck made it up that sharp rock incline in the first place. Our problem now was how to get our bikes down this slop? Solution… the brand new wench attached to the front of Joyce's bike! With 4 Wheeler hooked up we lowered it down. Next problem was getting the 2nd bike down. After searching for a suitable anchor and coming up with nothing we broadened our search. The truck was too far away or we would have anchored to that! With a little stretch of our imagination we found a deep rooted desert shrub and crossed our fingers that it would work! Luckily it did and we were once again on our way. After a total of 4 hours yet only 18 miles later and we were back at the RV. We had time for a quick dinner before we were to head back out to the abandoned copper mine we had found during the first hour of our ride. The skies were darkening, the wind was picking up and the forecast was starting to look threatening. We split the gear between both bikes, suited up and made our way back to the mine. We made it to the mine with what looked like very little time to snap the shot. We made our way to the second tear, overlooking the vast landscape with ominous rain clouds. Thunder could be heard in the distance and there was a massive sand storm rolling through the valley below. It looked almost like living creature crawling over the landscape. With two lights setup, Carl (
Crab Rangoons
Crab Rangoons
Crab Rangoon Recipe Yield: 44 - 48 Crab Rangoon Filling: 8 ounces cream cheese 8 ounces fresh crab meat or canned crab meat, drained and flaked 1/2 teaspoon Lea & Perrins Worcestershire sauce 1/2 teaspoon light soy sauce 1/8 - 1/4 teaspoon freshly ground white pepper, to taste 1 - 1 1/2 green onions, finely sliced 1 large clove garlic, finely minced 1 teaspoon red onion, chopped 1 package wonton wrappers 1 small bowl filled with water for wetting wontons Oil for deep-frying Directions: Combine the crab and the cream cheese. Mix in the remaining filling ingredients one at a time. On a flat surface, lay out a wonton wrapper in front of you so that it forms a diamond shape. Wet the edges of the wonton. Add a heaping teaspoon of filling to the middle, and spread it out toward the left and right points of the diamond so that it forms a log or rectangular shape (otherwise the wrapper may break in the middle during deep-frying). Fold over the edges of the wrapper so that it forms a triangle shape. Seal the edges, adding more water if needed. Cover the completed Crab Rangoon with a damp towel to prevent them from drying out while preparing the rest. Heat wok and add oil for deep-frying. When oil is ready (the temperature should be between 360 - 375 degrees), carefully slide in the Crab Rangoon, taking care not to overcrowd the wok. Deep-fry until they are golden brown, about 3 minutes, turning once. Remove with a slotted spoon and drain on paper towels. Cool and serve. (To make ahead: The filling can be prepared up to a day ahead of time and stored in a sealed container in the refrigerator, or the wontons can be filled and refrigerated up to one day ahead of time before cooking. The wontons can also be prepared up to the deep-frying stage and frozen for up to 3 months. Cook the frozen wonton according to the instructions above, adding a few minutes to the cooking time).

48 in refrigerator