On Friday, Oct. 29th Bill was up and on his way to his LAST work day by 7:30. It was a windy dry morning but that soon changed and by noon hour we were seeing scattered showers off and on. I left within minutes after him to clean the Mat. The floor was normal messy and with only one customer, it was a quick and easy clean otherwise. It’s my second last day to clean.
I nipped down to the Water Store and filled Gibbs’ small 1 gallon water bottle. We decided it would be good to take along for when we have day trips plus the travel time going down. Back home, I had my tea and a nibble to eat. Gibbs and I found ourselves sitting again, LOL, what else to do. Mrs. Sew & Sew called that she had finished my duvet cover (so quickly!) and I planned to go back in after lunch hour.
|I crossed the street to get a better shot|
before I went into the Mat
The plans are up in the air regarding what day we are actually pulling out of the Ridge. If we can park at the venue for the wedding reception for the day and overnight, we’ll leave here Saturday morning. I had hoped to get my hair done to some extent down the road that morning but it wouldn’t work out if the plan to leave early worked out. If we can’t park there overnight, I’ll make an appointment with Bonnie after all.
Bottom line, I want to be prepared so, I attempted, feebly, to come up with some kind of hair ‘do’ on my own as a back up. Fine, thin hair is not easy to work with especially with only two hands. ☹ Anyway, I tried a couple of things and left it in an updo waiting for the “Wow, you look nice!” when Bill walked in the door after work. If there was the perfect emoticon to put in here, I would. 😂
Bill came up the lane and dropped the work trailer for the guys to use next week. He was done, done and done for this year. Yay! I didn't get any positive words from my hairdo but I didn't get anything negative either. It didn't look much different from my everyday 'flip up' I guess. 🙎 That's okay I wasn't sold on it myself. While he settled in his chair with Gibbs, I drove back into town to deposit some rolled coin and pick up the cover. It was a quick trip in and out, made easier by the construction crew on main street having finished their work on Wednesday, ahead of schedule. No more detour.
Bill went out to clean out the truck of work items and clothing and I started my blog post for the day. I’d read an rv’ing friend’s comments on FB about the possibility of land border crossers needing to have that negative Covid-19 test after all. So, I’ve done some research and we are preparing in advance just in case.
The afternoon went quietly and we started supper around 6. Salmon and fries for Bill and I had squash with my fish. 😊 Delicious! I love that squash and the salmon was done perfectly in Rosy, the air fryer. It took longer than the recipe said but that worked out okay. After dishes, I finished my blog and went upstairs to watch my kind of tv. We’re just not on the same page in the evenings except for Monday nights.
This was a good day. We got the news this afternoon that we are allowed to park at the Community Centre so from here on, we know how next weekend will play out. Yay! Happy weekend and happy retirement (again) to my sweetie! ♥
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