Saturday morning it was our turn to do breakfast and it was the first time we really 'entertained' from the motorhome. Ken did his 'big breakfast' of sausage, egg scramble with cheese, and peppers, fried potatoes, fruit, toast and juices. He set up to cook everything outside which worked out well. We did learn one thing. Being on 30 amp service and trying to run A/C, coffeemaker from inside and fan, electric skillet and toaster from outside appeared to overwhelm the electric management system. We blew fuses twice before Kent suggested we run a second cord from the 110 outlet on the site electric pole for the outdoor items. Once that was in place we were in good shape and will set up that way automatically from now on since we do like to do most of our cooking outdoors.
From regular fishing season, March 1 thru October 31, trout are released from the trout hatchery at a rate of 1.5 trout for every day tag sold the prior day. It was really relazing to just sit by the bridge at the head of the hatchery and watch them, in mass quantity, enjoying the cool water, on the warm day.