Finally we decided that if we were going to get anything else done today we should leave things as they are for the time being and decide if we want to keep or change the plans. We had our grocery list made, so we took off for the local grocery store. Home with our treasures, we started fixing our afternoon meal. One thing we've found about our eating habits in this lifestyle is that 3 "regular" meals a day are too many on most days. We tend to have a late breakfast, so by the time we're hungry for lunch, it's halfway to supper time. Many days, we have our main meal sometime mid afternoon. Then in the evening we might have a light snack. Today, Jim fried some tilapia outside on his Coleman 2-burner gas stove that folds up like a waffle iron. I fixed a salad, aspargus and baked potato inside.
Jim decided today was the day for his haircut, so he left to do that while I walked the dogs. Here's a couple of shots of them, just being cute.
Bobo likes the front dash area, here he is sitting in front of the closed windshield shade.
Jasmine, wondering what I'm up to.
This is the recreation hall which is just a row over from our site. In this building there is a big swimming pool, a large open room, a library, fitness room, meeting room and a little store. The picture doesn't show the entire building.
Here's the dog walk area
Looking toward the front gate of the park, where the fountain with the sails and dolphins are.
After the haircut, we took a drive and found a few other interesting things to see.
This is around the Fulton Harbor
Another beautiful sunset
Another shot of the sunset from across the Copano Bay Bridge.
Well, it's been another great day in our lives. We appreciate every day we have!