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Saturday, August 25, 2012

A Pleasantly Cool August Saturday

     After a few days that involved some 300 miles of touring, today the Jeep was never started.  It was a clear cool fall day.  I did some minor chores like putting a few more layers of polyurethane on the carved sign I have been building.  I spent a couple of hours reading "The Assassination of Abraham Lincoln" by Stewart.  Durelle watched some golf.  There were a few walks around the campground, but a lot of just sitting.  Happy hour was augmented by the Pecks who drove up from Brunswick.
     Supper was a sirloin strip that was unusual in that it was as thick as it was wide.  I rubbed it with some Traeger steak rub and let it sit for a couple of hours.  I started the grill before happy hour.  Our travelling grill is a small Weber kettle grill.  Below is a picture of the finished product.
     What do you think, Tim?

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Tim and I think it looks wonderful! Wish we were there!
Wendy

Dan Taylor said...

Looks like a great steak, and a great way to spend a day.