|Downtown Caldwell & Indian Creek|
|On a beautiful, non-hazy morning|
Mostly we will visit and oooooh and aaaaah over the Panys' lovely home. Beth is a master gourd carver and their home is a gallery of gorgeous creations. And, of course, we will eat! We offer to fix Howard's signature rack of lamb, and one could not ask for a more beautiful kitchen!
And I have this urge to paint something...a little scary in a motorhome! The ultra-(faux) leather which covers our dashboard and two forward chairs is in pretty good condition for being 12 years old, but beginning to show some wear and tear. I found this great local business, Superior Paint and Glass, brought in a tiny sample of the material snipped from beneath one chair, and they were able to perfectly match the color with a vinyl paint suitable for touch-ups. I now have my eye on tackling all the overhead vents, then, possibly one day, the dark oak paneling in the head. (Photos may be added...)
Then there is my favorite, Cliff's Country Market. I am so impressed with his store here in Caldwell, now 19 years in business, that I actually contacted Cliff to get his "story".
Cliff focuses on local and organic foods and produce, but also on low carb, gluten-free, and non-GMO products. I know we all have our own preferences of diet and opinions on additives and alterations, but it's nice to have a choice.
As we prepare to leave Caldwell for perhaps another year, a plan and proposed route for our journey to St. George, UT, and the Huntsman Senior Games (Oct. 7th arrival), is taking shape. Let us know what you think. Suggestions appreciated.
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