4th of July...We do freedom better than anyone!!!

Swimmy

Well-Known Member
Fun, mellow hike with my wife's family to stretch the legs. Not the greatest light but I snagged a few pics.

DSC_3520.jpg


The hike follows a beautiful stream. I've never fished it before as it is shallow riffles with very few pools. I'm sure there are dinks in there.

DSC_3566.jpg


The crew

DSC_3523.jpg


Decent mtn views along the trail.

DSC_3535.jpg


DSC_3572.jpg


001(20).HEIC


Time to fire up the grill.
 

Porter

Well-Known Member
Be corn on the cobb, some will be coated in cilantro lime seasoning, Teton polish sausage-hot dogs with all the trimmings, sautéed onions, peppers, jalapeños, pickle relish, 4 types of mustard, other sauces including mamas Mediterranean-garlic sauce (yum) and even ketchup!
Cucumber red pepper red onion and beet salad with a homemade lemon honey vinaigrette…. Gonna add to the tire tread a bit tonight!!!!

Going with Fort George Ale beverages tonight!
 
Last edited:

Zak

WFF Supporter
WFF Supporter
Triple mule was a bit of a fast start to the evening, but the tri trip is almost ready, potatoes at 350 for 3 hours, slaw, and first try at a chimichurri. I love living in the land of the free!

PXL_20210705_011128696.jpg
 

Zak

WFF Supporter
WFF Supporter
Seriously - russets on the grill for three hours. I've never tried this technique. Intersting (the meat looks delicious).
The russets were in the oven, inside the house, for 3 hours at 350 F. And, thanks! The meat was tasty and I have a bunch of chimichurri sauce left over. Any suggestions on how to use it? Chicken marinade, maybe?
 

Support WFF | Remove the Ads

Support WFF by upgrading your account. Site supporters benefits include no ads and access to some additional features, few now, more in the works. Info

Latest posts

Top