Dave was in charge of the laundry, but I helped as needed. I appreciate that because my hands get tired wringing out the clothes, towels and bedding. We figured out that if you use the buttons and snaps on your shirts and pants to attach over the lines, you will use fewer clothes pins. Our pins are heavy duty to hold fatter lines and stay in place on windy days. They cost about $1 a piece, so they are limited.
|clothes pin with pen to compare size|
About 4:30 we took our laundry down and moved the boat to Marsh Harbor. We want to be there to pick up Dave’s brother about noon tomorrow. And it was supposed to be windy in the morning, 20-30k. So it would be easier to move the boat today.
I made my first attempt this year at making bread. I was looking at the Fleischmann’s yeast package and saw that they had a website for recipes. So I checked out their basic bread recipe. I used one that called for their RapidRise yeast, but I had the original. It seems like we don’t always have a warm place for the bread to rise, at least this time of year. So I thought the bread could have risen more, but it tasted fantastic. Any bread tastes fantastic hot out of the oven. And Dave loves every loaf, no matter what shape or size.
|couldn't wait for them to rise any further|