WOW, never seen so many vehicles here before. Good thing I turned my Avalanche into a rolling freezer. The side compartments of this truck have coolers and are loaded with 100 lobsters on each side. Then there are another several hundred inside the cab. Boy am I glad I parked the JD sideways on the trailer. I have coolers tied down with all kinds of seafood. Such as scallops, clams, shrimp, two 72 qt coolers have north atlantic sea water, and two 120 qt coolers are nothing but rockweed. I also brought my other steam pot with me because I thought we would need it. Good thing I left the other steam pot here, but I have to say I am going to need to use the swear jar money to construct a second BBQ pit. I am going to line this one with cement or bricks or something along that line.
I have emptied and cleaned out all the coolers with the chicken and beef. I have air dried the coolers. Then I started refilling some of them with sea water and rock weed to get the lobsters into a somewhat normal environment. Did the same thing for the scallops, shrimp, and clams. We do not want these things going bad before tomorrow.
You guys are on your own tonight for supper, so you guys better come up with some ideas to feed this hungry crew. Help yourself to whatever is in Clubhouse Kitchen. Both fridges and freezers are well stocked as is the pantry. I noticed there is no space left in the pantry for anything. I also have put some of the stuff in our two freezers, two fridges, and pantries in the motorhome as well. If we need some gas grills because the BBQ pits are not big enough. Don't forget, we have two grills on the motorhome that slide out from underneath. There are also the flame tops for BBQing on the stove in the Clubhouse Kitchen.
I will be flying out at 2:00 for my meeting tonight and returning afterwards.
I got the butter, clams, shrimp, scallops, and corn...so where is my lobster