Anyway, it was a great evening with a nice fire and a glimpse of the International Space Station. Today will hopefully include a bike ride on the High Trestle Trail near Madrid and maybe even a laundry run. Ken and Harriet will not be judging at the Nevada contest tomorrow; they will actually be cooking with a team. This is one of the requirements of the Kansas City Barbecue Society to become a Master Judge. Since the cooking process actually starts tonight, we will be left to blunder along on our own.
And tomorrow, I will be doing a book signing from 11-1 at The Book Shoppe at 817 Story Street in Boone. Isn't that a great address for a book store? Anyway, the signing seems appropriate since Ledges is the basis of Bluffs State Park in The Blue Coyote. And tomorrow night oldest granddaughter Brooke, also known as the Princess of Quite a Lot, and her fiance Nick will join us for supper.
One last photo from Walnut Woods above. A dead branch on a gnarled old oak that I thought looked like a Chinese dragon and Harriet thought looked like a deer. Whatever, it certainly was interesting.