Dave's brother, Mike, met them there and used AIM's forklift to get the appliances inside through Beluga's side window.
With everyone's help it was a piece of cake! They were strapped in and settled in time for a quick lunch with the rest of the guys.
The refrigerator is a little narrower than our original one because it was really the only one that would work with our not-to-be changed height requirements. Dave is busy designing and building a narrow pantry cupboard that he will install next to the refrigerator using every inch of new space!
I've been deciding which pantry items I want to have in the new cupboard so that Dave can make the shelves exactly the right size for my needs. Nice to have such a handy man in the house.
Nina and Paul are still away so Polly is enjoying her time here with us. She and Lewis do most things together.
It's always more fun to play with someone else's toys says sweet Polly.....
|Mr. Lobster tries to sneak away while she is occupied with the 747|
Before Paul left he made us a delicious dinner of his famous saffron risotto and Cuban pork tenderloin. He enjoyed cooking in the cottage's full size kitchen and we enjoyed his wonderful effort (AND, we had left overs for 2 more meals!), Thanks again Paul....
|the saffron risotto|
Since my last post, Dave and I celebrated our 47th wedding anniversary.
|were we ever that young?|
Jesse and Erin sent us some beautiful flowers and Cindy P and Walter send a box of love our way.
Although our weather has given us some very dramatic skies lately, we're getting tired of the rain.
I'll say goodbye for now with a totally gratuitous picture of a poodle puddling on pillows....I know someone who will appreciate it.