Where are we today ?
clic on a pic to enlarge itThe first part of this posting is from Friday, what we did on a busy day.
Started with a wonderful walkabout the neighborhood. This is the city and can check out the urban landscape. Huge expensive homes on tiny lots, but is so peaceful early in the morning.
|wildlife, couple squirrels|
|nice playground around the corner|
Did find a good deal on fresh pickerel (walleye) only $8:98 a lb have not seen it for less than $15. so picked up a mess of that we will have a feast, soon.
Then some relaxing reading on the front porch at my cousin Marie and Franks place enjoying the heat.
|nice spot on their porch|
|Sitting on their front porch|
waiting for Marie and Frank
|here they are|
|they have construction all down their street.|
and inside the house,
what a mess everywhere
|dining room mess|
|new doors going into the dinning room|
onto the deck
|we were running out of driveway space|
|then some of her artwork|
|relaxing in the shade|
|Brian grilling the asparagus|
|What a very tasty dinner|
|Tartufo Amaretto Sicilian ice cream|
then Saturday morning
A bit cooler this morning and a threat of more rain. We had rain overnight. But the rain did not really happen for a while. Got a nice early walkabout the neighbourhood. Secured the coach said so long to my Cousin and hit the road around 9 am. ( nice drive and not too much traffic through Toronto. Stopped at the service centre /rest area near Cambridge made a bite for lunch and head on to Plattsville. Pulled in heer to Camp Awesome and all set up by noon, just before the rain started, perfect timing !
Then a quick trip to the store for a few needed supplies for a last lunch minute tomorrow with family. Now to just relax, read in the shade with peace and quiet, birds chirping, what a nice afternoon.
|grilled to perfection on Our Weber Q|
|Grilled turkey breast and a salad|
sure did the trick
Thanks for stopping by and checking us out. This is what we have to do in the summer, not to hard to take.
Check out the interactive map below to see where we have been this summer