I went along with Rob to see where one of his regular fares lived, just incase there was a morning he had to be otherwise at an appointment or such, that I would have to go give them the required ride to get them where they had to be.
Once we had picked them up, another call had came in so off to Port Elgin we had to go for the next fare.
It was going on towards the Lunch hour I am sure by the time we arrived back home. Rob had a wee bit, but not too long of a rest, before he adorned his "Crabby Cabbie" hat and was off again. I, on the other hand had lots to get done myself.
While the pie was baking, I managed to get our bed made, potatoes peeled for supper, and all four of our "pack" in, out, around and about before I had to head out for a bit this afternoon.
I returned back home later in the afternoon to find ....
While I got our supper of boiled potatoes, schnitzel and coleslaw going, the kids all took off down to the water at Colpoy's Bay Government Dock.
Once returned we got supper all over with, then Paul and I headed down to get a Movie for tonight for them to watch while I sit here to do this post.
My Niece, Jo-Anne had emailed me a photo later today. Apparently she had been busy baking herself today ....
Recipe Submitted by Exchange Member~Lorrie Alexander
Rhubarb Custard Dessert
2 c flour
2 Tbsp sugar
cut in 1 cup of butter
Press into a 9x13 pan and bake at 350 for 20 mins
2 c sugar
1/3 c flour
1 tsp salt
Whisk in 6 beaten egg yolks
1 c whipping cream or half and half
Then add 5 c sliced rhubarb
Pour over base and bake at 350 x 50-60 mins
Beat 6 egg whites
1/2 tsp cream of tartar
3/4 c sugar
Make in your usual meringue method, when stiff peaks add 1 tsp vanilla
Spread over hot filling and bake 12-15 mins until browned.
Oh man I can barely wait to try this out myself. Um, wonder if this would be a good one to take along to the Masterson Family Reunion this Year????
I am going to have a busy week ahead of me, since both boys are spending the week with myself and Papa. Usually it has only been Aiden staying, but this will be the first Connor will give it a try with us ... I am sure we will all be very busy.
Both boys are both signed up for Vacation Bible School this week at Wiarton's Baptist Church in the mornings, so this will be half the day taken care of, with the remainder I am sure going to go very quickly for us all.
I think I need to call it an early night here, as I see a busy week ahead in my future, "Just North of Wiarton & South of the Checkerboard".