It's about time.

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Wednesday, July 3, 2013

Visits, Visits and More Visits.

Our Location today is Tecumseh, Ontario, Canada.

Last night I solved the problem of my feet being cold all night because of the AC running. Since we don’t sleep with any covers I wore a pair of socks to bed and I never woke up until 7:00 this morning. The only problem was that I was wide awake at that time and now it feels like I could fall asleep at the keyboard.

After having our cereal and coffees for breakfast we left to go visit the building manager to sign our new lease. We had made the arrangements yesterday but she didn’t have the paperwork in yet. After we had left to do our store walking and shopping yesterday afternoon Lynn called saying everything was in and she’d be in the office until 5:00. Unfortunately we didn’t get home until nearly 6:00 so we just had to stop in this morning. We also had a chance to sit and talk about our travels from the past and our plans for next winter. Lynn told us to look the other way while she’d hide in the back room of the trailer so she could come with us.

Just before lunch Kathy called to speak with Sandy and Gerry Bronstein about getting together for supper at a local restaurant in Amherstburg. The time was set that we’d meet for 4:15 because they also had a few errands to run.

Leaving home around 2:00 we had to stop at the Credit Union then at the Pioneer Fuel station. Since there is a chance that we’ll be heading out on a short trip this summer and also since we haven’t put fuel in the truck since April 22nd we thought it was time. If we only drive around this area we will have enough fuel until mid September.

On the way out to Amherstburg we stopped at Sun Parlour Trailer to see how the repairs are going. Everything was good as new except Keystone didn’t send out the exterior furnace shield. We have also added an additional flush system into the rear black water tank that was not installed at the factory. Instead of moving the trailer twice we’ll just leave it with them until it is complete which will also give my incision more time to heal. We’ve known these people for nearly ten years so we even spent a short while visiting and talking about their families and what our plans for the future are.

Leaving there we were still too early so we spent thirty minutes wandering around the local Walmart. Time just seemed to fly by and soon we were sitting inside Maria’s talking with Gerry and Sandy like we hadn’t seen one another in years. Luckily there was enough people leaving after their meals that it made tables for those just coming in. Even after paying our bills we still managed to visit longer in the parking lot before finally going each our own way.

When we got to Kevin and Melissa’s they were just relaxing after supper. They also had a date set for Kevin’s Gallbladder Surgery in two weeks. The doctors are presuming that his problem was brought on by the many different rheumatoid arthritis medications that Kevin has been on. As usual by the time we left we had all been laughing at a lot of different things which wasn’t the easiest while I was supporting my incision.

I haven’t any idea what we are up to tomorrow so it will be a surprise to all of us. Thanks for following along and feel free to leave a comment. Be Safe and Enjoy!

It’s about time.


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