The guys left Friday afternoon to spend the night in the woods. Their idea was to get as early a start as possible for the opening of deer season.
They found a nice area to set up camp.
The "two man" tent wasn't really big enough for these two men, so they set up the tarp over the back of the truck for the second bedroom. :-)
They had a good time but the most they saw was a couple other hunters in the distance. So they came home Saturday afternoon. They'll try again later.
Meanwhile I had asked Wil what kind of cake he wanted for his birthday on Sunday and he said one of those kind of cakes we used to buy in Bakersfield from Albertson's. I think they called it a Strawberry Boston. You've probably seen them in your Vons/Safeway/Albertson's/etc bakery department. It's a white cake with vanilla pudding between the layers and whipped cream and glazed strawberries on top.
I went to a couple of grocery stores and their fresh strawberries looked awful. I made a homemade white cake and I thought I might be able to make some sort of concoction to put on top and hold it in with the whipped cream.
Well... Okay, it didn't turn out how I had hoped or imagined, but it still tasted wonderful.
Remember, I've never claimed to be a great cake maker!
Yes, my cakes don't look pretty, but at least they taste pretty good.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY, WIL!