The Grandma thing to do is make cookies so Jennifer got out the ingredients and utensils for me. I opted for the recipe on the Toll House chocolate chip bag – my favorite. Owen was right in there ready to participate. Jennifer took a few pictures. I love this one of Cam licking his lips while I measured out the chocolate chips.
His job was to carefully pour ingredients into the mixing bowl and he took his job very seriously.
Owen and Cam also helped to clean the mixing bowl and beater while the cookies were baking.
Friends Don and Linda came for a visit. They live in Florida and spend some time in the summers in Wisconsin. After everyone had eaten enough chocolate chip cookies to spoil their appetites, we all went to the Out n Out for lunch. George took Don and Linda, and the boys for a ride in Eleanor, the Model A. Jennifer, Andy and I followed in the family van. I got a kick out of watching the old car in front of us and asked Jennifer if she had followed it before. She answered yes, many times when they were expected something to break.
Out n Out has a super-large table where you can sit and meet people. One end of it was just right for our group. It is one of those places where you order and pick up and a window and carry your own food to the table.
Don and Linda were gearing up for their ride back to their RV park somewhere in Wisconsin while Cam decided to drive the car.
Don is a friend of George’s father. He and Linda have also become friends with grown-up George. I took this photo of them.
And, here are Don and Linda taking off on their Spider.
Love that Spider!
I think I would like to ride one. It seems that two wheels in front would make it much more stable than the tricycles with one wheel in front. I vaguely remember how tippy my childhood tricycle was.
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Nothing wrong with Toll House. I made some myself this weekend. I like to add pecans to mine.
Me too. I love nuts and try to use them in lots of dishes.