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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Sunday, February 28, 2016

Change Of Routine For The Day.

Our Location today is Tecumseh, Ontario, Canada.

Sleeping in until nearly 8:30 this morning we enjoyed a leisurely breakfast as we watched the Weather Network on the television. Since we are still in the month of February we thought it to be strange that they would be forecasting near sixty degree temperatures for our area today but looking out the balcony door all the accumulated blanket of snow had disappeared overnight. 
A picture of the snow on the ground last evening.
We spent time getting ourselves ready to go out this morning because the building owners had left us notice of a possible new tenant coming to see our apartment and we did not feel like being here. We headed out shortly after 11:00 and arrived at the Devonshire Mall before 11:30. We were there just to get out of the apartment and look around. We had decided on having Chinese food from one of the vendors in the food court for lunch. It was better than the fast-foods but not enough that we’d be ordering Take-out through them. While we ate our food we indulged ourselves in another of our favorite past times we were people watching. Kathy and I have a hard time accepting what some people wear as being fashionable, comfortable or in some cases decent. Oh well it does give us some laughs. It is cute when young parents are eating while their babies are looking at them and wondering what they are doing. Or they are introducing young toddlers to French fries that get poked anywhere on their faces but in their mouths. 
This is what we woke to this morning.
We ran into our granddaughter Ashley at her part-time job as she is still in University. We only spent a minute but she enjoyed our saying hello. We went into nearly every store there was just looking at what they sold. Imagine the looks we got going into stores that catered to school aged to young adult customers. Finally by 3:00 we stopped for a fruit smoothie and a chance to sit for a bit. All that walking on hard surfaces today will surely remind us tomorrow. 
Rules RVer's follow already.
It was after 4:30 when we started making our way home but first we stopped at the Pioneer gas station to fill the car with gas for $0.757 a liter. Like the Diesel the other day we have not seen gas prices this low in Ontario in seven years. Let’s hope they stay down for some time to come. We also stopped at Taco Bell for a couple of tacos each for our supper. 
The store wouldn't sell their roll of Bubble Wrap.
After watching the 6 o’clock News we went over to our daughter Karen’s home for a visit. Sanford has missed our visits so much that he wouldn’t leave us alone and Greg had to command him to lay down. The temperatures today actually hit 59 F (15 C) but the winds were gusting to 45 mph. We had an enjoyable visit but as we were about to leave when Karen showed us how the wind had moved their heavy metal Gazebo on their side deck. The wind had picked it up and put it back down ten feet from where it had been with no damage to it or the house. Lucky!

Tomorrow we have a busy day planned but it is all part of getting ready for our Fulltiming Adventure. Thanks for following along and feel free to leave a comment. Be Safe and Enjoy!

It’s about time.


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  1. People watching is a good pass time, I've been doing it for years.

  2. I wouldn't want to be there when they showed the place to someone.