Tuesday, May 15, 2012

27" Bread and 27' Slide

Behold the wonder that is Japanese bread!

This stuff is huge and fluffy and delicious. The cheese cannot keep up and feels inferior.

You can't HANDLE the sandwich! (A Few Good Men)

And here's the 27 foot waterslide we rented for the Pack cookout. That's 27 feet tall, as in almost 3 stories down. I had an ambulance on standby. (Not really, but I thought about it.) I snapped the pics before the crowd of almost 80 showed up.

My co-den leader had the great idea to come down it ourselves at the end when everybody was leaving. It was not as scary as it looked, at least to us. The people standing at the end of the slide probably beg to differ.

8 comments:

Rachelle said...

Can you just pass one of those grilled cheese sandwiches through the Internet please? The slide looks awesome, what an adrenalin rush.

Junior said...

You are killing me with that bread...it is so good. I have dreams about that bread.

Liba said...

LOVE that bread - as does my daughter. Your are bringing some to the lake aren't you? Hint Hint!

Sister said...

Hey! If I freeze it now I can bring it with me. You bring the book, I'll bring the bread!

Liba said...

Girl- I'll buy you the book for your birthday! The bookstore at the hospital actually keeps it behind the counter!!! It doesn't actually get a storyline until book two though.

Sister said...

Sold! And the bread's in the freezer...

Anonymous said...

Impressed with that slide thing. It really looks fun! Heck, it seemed like the most exciting thing we did at that age was have a Slip-n-Slide that leaked and bunched up after about 10 minutes.

That bread reminds me of when Dave was traveling in Korea recently, and the hotel lady who signed him in asked if he wanted "smile time". He hesitated, and she added, "it's really good."

He decided to go for it; turns out Smile Time occurs at breakfast, and there's a chef who slices off pieces of really good bread and tops it as you wish. yours looks even better!!!! Amy

Sister said...

Dave sounds like a very brave man!