It's about time.

Many of you that can relate to this. Working long hours at your career. Raising your families. Buying a home and paying all the bills related to being homeowners and parents. We're now retired and don't need all that work and expense. Now "It's about time" to follow our dreams.

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Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Sunny Errand Day.

Our Location today is Tecumseh, Ontario, Canada.

Even though the sun had officially risen to start our day we were both up before it made an appearance from behind the clouds. It was a wonderful sight even though it meant protecting our eyes against its glare and bundling up against the cold breeze that remained below the freezing mark all day.
Alamo Monument, San Antonio, Texas.
The reason for deliberately not sleeping too late this morning was because Kathy had a doctor’s appointment for shortly after 10:00 this morning. While there her doctor reminded her about getting her Pneumonia Shot since we will be travelling through the changing climates this spring and Kathy is very susceptible because of the number of times she has had it.
Inside the Good Enough Mine, Tombstone, Arizona.
From there we went downtown to pickup her new prescription sunglasses that she had made by having her old glasses tinted. The best part of that was the cost $0.00 because she always buys her glasses through our Optometrist. 
Grand Canyon, Arizona.
Leaving there Kathy was upset at how dirty her car was from all the construction dust so we swung into the car wash just around the corner from the Optometrist. We almost didn’t recognize the car when they were finished cleaning it inside and out. It hasn’t been that clean since the last time I had washed it at our house before moving to the apartment.
Yellowstone Park, Wyoming.
We still needed to make a few more stops but the other day the Windshield Washer Pump stopped working on the car. With winters grimy window season fast approaching I advised Kathy it would be quicker to bring her car back to the dealership. Luck was on our side because even though the mechanics were just heading for lunch they would be able to look at it as soon as they returned.
Sulphur Springs, Yellowstone Park, Wyoming.
We walked across Tecumseh Rd to a diner called the Penalty Box. We had a fantastic tasting Pulled Pork Sandwich that was more than filling and would definitely hold us over until a late supper.
Buffalo Bill Historic Center, Cody, Wyoming.
Once back at the dealership the customer service representative Bob informed us that it was indeed the pump that had failed. The problem was they had just used their last pump they had in stock so their deliveryman had to run across town to pick one up at the other dealership. By 2:30 we were lighter in the pocketbook but the pump was now working and I didn’t have to tear apart the front fender and crawl underneath the car to fix it. 
Prairie Dog City at Devil's Tower Monument. Wyoming.
Last stop we made was picking up more Antibiotics for Kathy’s sinus infection. Once we were home it was a matter of getting caught up on our computer work thinking of what kind of snack we’ll have in place of supper and be thankful that Christmas is only 27 days away. Thanks for following along and feel free to leave a comment. Be Safe and Enjoy!

It’s about time.


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