Wednesday, October 26, 2005
I Think We Need To Go Camping
I am having withdrawal pains. I think we need to plan another camping trip. Next Wednesday sounds like it would be good. We will head down the coast 12 to 20 miles to one of the 3 campgrounds south of us. I’d say we’d go this week, but we really do need to get some work done.
There is very little to do to get the Bounder ready to go camping. It is always packed except for those few items on our packing list. With the Bounder always parked behind our warehouse, preparing to go camping is always easy for us.
The forest at Shaver Lake sure is magnificent. It goes on for miles and miles. Here in Southern California we don’t have forests unless you go up into the mountains. Our coastal mountains have scattered trees and chaparral (brush). Our mountains can’t compare to the beauty of so much forest you can’t even see the mountains.
Periodically I talk about making money on the Internet and tell you about how we are doing. So far this month we have earned $204.54 which projects out to $264 for the month if the income stays at this level. I told you this is a get rich slow scheme. Many jump in and make a big hit right away. Most go a lot slower. It is a learning curve and requires time to position your websites to earn more. For some of you this small amount might not seem exciting. For us it is a fantastic start toward earning a living that will allow us to go full timing.
I am guessing that there are many that could use that extra money, even at the low level we are currently earning. Let me tell you, this is really helping our budget. My problem is I am not consistent enough. Also I don’t have a measurable business plan. The small business book I am reading right now emphasizes the importance of a business plan so you know what you are trying to accomplish and have a plan and schedule for doing so. Maybe it is time to take their advice and plan where I am going and how I am going to get there.
The next time we go camping we will have boiled egg omelets. This was what we had for Saturday morning breakfast at Shaver Lake. They are delicious, easy to make and are easy to clean up after. Basically, you put 2 or 3 eggs in a heavy duty FREEZER bag, mush the raw eggs to break them up, add your favorite omelet ingredients to the bag and shake it up. Next put the bag in boiling water for 12 to 15 minutes. These omelets come out perfect looking. They taste great and you can even use the clean hot water to wash any dishes afterwards.
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