We all woke up with the sun. Peeking over the hill, it sprinkled us with early morning rays. But it took some time for the shadows to relent and disappear. The night had a wonderful coolness that left a blanket of dew on everything. But as the sun drove the shadows away, we could tell it was going to be a hot day. Before the shadows had all run off and hid, horse trailers began pulling in behind trucks. Smart riders trying to grab a ride in the cool morning before the sun's force cranked up the heat. This fella was anxiously watching his rider traipse a few hundred feet to use the restroom. We had a good breakfast with all the 'fixings': coffee with cream, reconstituted dehydrated scrambled eggs with bacon (Mountain House), oatmeal with cranberries, and more coffee. This was the first time I had used both my origami plate and the bowl. I love these things! They pack flat and compact, clean with ease and quick to assemble/disassemble. I was impressed at how delicious the dehydrated eggs and bacon were. A visit to Mountain House (subsidiary of Oregon Freezedry) in Albany, OR, is planned while I'm there next year.
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