The Kinky Gazpacho family is heading west. Road trip to Wisconsin for my 20th high school reunion. We're packing the car with non-electronic fun for the kids (yikes), healty, gluten-free snacks and a GPS whom we affectionately call Coco. I also have a map just in case.
My cousins are house & garden sitting, making sure to keep careful care of the Gazpacho garden el esposo has lovingly created. What's a Gazpacho garden? He's planted tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers, and mint; the ingredients for a perfect Gazpacho of course. It's all part of our plan to save money as he prepares to return to school. And it's just fun to grow your own food. Last week el esposo harvested his first green beans and they were so delicious. Actually, they tasted like green beans but still the idea that el esposo coaxed them from the ground from dry seeds was quite cool.
So, next time we meet, I'll be back in dairyland, the land of my birth.
Hasta pronto... (fade out to "on the road again")