Tuesday, June 01, 2010


You know you're having a bad day when your bus can't even make it up the Grapevine in California without catching fire. Thankfully, we can't even come close to having that kind of bad day. In fact, Craig enjoyed a leisurely night in French Camp, CA before heading out this morning to Bakersfield for his first of four deliveries. His 1pm delivery went without a hitch and he was merrily on his way to stage in Lebec when he noticed the bus and captured it in a photo for me. He will have an early wake up call to make his next delivery at 5am tomorrow morning in Vernon, CA. In Walla Walla, WA we took a day off from junking to do some reorganization of a large walk in pantry. We started by taking everything out of the pantry and trying to find space for it elsewhere, before taking stock of what we had and making a game plan.

Cori had 16 very large glass jars we could use, so we went about making labels for the different kinds of flours, sugars, and misc food items and utensils that would have their very own container to reside in. Then it was off to organize the canned goods and spices. When we were done it looked like this: This little project took us most of the day yesterday, but what a feeling when we were done. But don't worry, I still have one or two more projects to share with you before I leave for Spokane on Friday!


all things bradbury said...

what a great pantry! i love those jars & her collection of fiesta ware pitchers too. those are made in my home state of west virginia!

Plum Trucker said...

I love how pretty and oraganized the pantry looks. Great job :) I love when everything has it's "place." You guys were able to deff. do that here.

The Daily Rant said...

Wow. This is a great pantry. Love the Fiesta pitchers. I have a friend who collects Fiesta Ware...are those old ones or the newer ones?


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