Low of 59 - High of 96. Had what used to be known as a real Saturday...a day off from the work week. There was a nice big crew (22) of longhorns in for breakfast. Guillermo was with them so we had a chance to bond a bit more. He is super friendly now - seems to enjoy having his horn yanked (don't we all?). Finally got Angelina to eat out of my hand today as well.
Cleaned up and loaded the solar oven onto my truck and headed down to the Ghost Town for the first annual Terlingua Green Scene. Hung out and chatted with lots of folks about the oven while it was cooking a load of seasoned chicken breast fillets. Nice crowds throughout the day and met a lot of great new friends. Got the pic just after I arrived, before the masses started streaming through. This is the area where the Terligua Community Garden is set up.Packed up and headed home by 4PM and the wind started to kick in. Still had enough sun to pop in a load of black beans and rice into the solar oven...added the cooked chicken after an hour and had a solar cooked meal to serve to Bill and Porter when they came by tonight for dinner. Forgot to mention the zucchini bread they also gifted me with yesterday....and got a new can opener from them today! Had a great evening hanging out with them - chattin' and watching the stars come out. A bit earlier, little Buck came in looking for his momma - not long after he left, Angelina came in looking for her son. I reckon the longhorns get a bit out of whack when it gets windy and their scents get blown off course.