Vegetarian Szechuan

I wasn’t going to post today, since we’re just working and eating. However, dinner last night was so interesting, I thought I’d share. Crispy Orange Cauliflower and Szechuan Green Beans. For the cauliflower I just used regular flour rather than buying all the different flours to make the special blend and I ended up adding a lot of water to thin the batter.

Last night on our walk we learned from a neighboring RVer that we were being stalked by a mama bobcat and her cubs. He shined the flashlight behind us and we could see their eyes glowing from the light. There’s also a major pack of coyotes here, hopefully we won’t have any run-ins.

2013 Cost of Camping:
117 nights paid camping
186 nights free camping
303 days this year
Total spent on camping this year: $3,201.29
Daily average cost of camping: $10.57

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3 Comments

  • Reply Jeri October 31, 2013 at 6:15 am

    Hey Leah – You commented on my blog about leaving your RV in storage at the Oasis while you were gone. What do you do with refrigerated goods while in storage? Leave your propane on? The Elks have agreed to allow us to leave our RV on the lot but we’re always checking other options for other times too. Thanks for the comment!

    • Reply Leigh October 31, 2013 at 7:24 am

      Hi Jeri! Yes, we’ll leave the propane on for the fridge. The night before we fly we pay the regular rate, then the days we aren’t there we just can’t be hooked up in any way and then they charge $10/night. We’re self-contained so it isn’t a big deal for us not to plug in.

  • Reply Ingrid October 31, 2013 at 6:20 pm

    Love your header photo. You always seem to find some beautiful spots. btw…thanks for the nod regarding Ken’s Lake. Hope it worked out well for you. Watch out for those cats and dogs!

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