Don’t put chocolate chips in the cupboard while traveling; they will melt. I filled up my container with chocolate chips before leaving Arizona; the temperature in the RV got up to eighty-five degrees while pulling it to our next destination. Yesterday I took the container down to make cookies, and it was one big glob. Lesson learned. Instead of making lemonade out of lemons, I made brownies out of melted chocolate chips; it works. Today I stayed with the B group of foods, brownies, and bread.

My first loaf of homemade white bread came out perfect in the new RV oven. The temperature was spot on, and the length of time to cook both was five minutes less than what the recipe said. Because the stove is small, I was worried they would cook much faster, so I kept a close eye on them. Both the oven and stovetop are gas; I’m happy about that; it’s what I usually use.

Mike’s day consisted of meeting after meeting. He’s looking forward to retirement at the end of December. With the internet, Mike’s able to work from the RV. The biggest hurdle is being quiet while he’s in teams meetings. I have a big smile on my face.

6 thoughts on “LESSON LEARNED

  1. You were always such a great baker-I’m sure both tasted amazing. I’ve always wanted to bake bread but I’d also eat it all cuz I love any kind of bread 🥯 🍞 🥖 For me that would be hard staying quiet, especially if you’re in an area where there’s not much to do outside, but only for awhile. I’m really happy for you guys🙌🏼


  2. Good to know how to be flexible and change direction. Also good to know Mike has internet. Ours sucks! Keep on trucking. 😎 I have a question… do you bake in the fifth
    wheel while Mike is driving the truck or is that frowned upon 🤷🏼‍♀️


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