Not sure if it really has cooled down much this morning, but best start out the day by checking what the weather holds for the day ahead.
Severe thunderstorm watch in effect.
A severe thunderstorm watch in effect, of course our hay is laying in the field still unbaled....what perfect timing! NOT !!! *Sigh* typical of my life some days with an uphill battle....lol, but how boring if there were not a battle, I could also ask myself?
What a day did Rob and I have yesterday !!! We barely stopped for a rest other then the driving from destination to destination in the car, air conditioned car I might add.
First of all we had to go fill up the car, so we decided to do so at Southampton's First Nations. Since my Aunt Gerry and Uncle Reg were in Port Elgin visiting Aunt Gladys and Uncle Basil, I thought we had best drop in to see them since we were so close.
"....and here they are all up close and in person!"
Uncle Basil and Uncle Reg holding their horns in....oops I mean two thorns at each end of the two roses, Aunt Gladys and Aunt Gerry in the middle. Seriously though, nobody has no idea of how many pictures I had to take to get them all to "smile" at once !!! Really some people never grow up ! LOL
Rob and I had a great visit with my two Aunts and Uncles; it is always fun to be around them. I suppose we will all be together in three weeks for the Masterson Family Reunion.
We left there to go on to meet Paul halfway to pickup Aiden for his week of holidays with us.
"The halfway mark between New Hamburg and Wiarton where Paul treated Mom & Pops for Lunch."
For anyone who likes Liver & Onions, "let me tell the World", they make them the absolutely "best" I have ever had at the "Redwood Restaurant" in Clifford, Ontario !!!! The beef liver is from a local farm, and cooked to perfection then smothered with fried onions.......yummy. Well worth the stop for the liver & onion lover.
"There is also a "play area" for the children or to exersise the dog."
"Goodbyes were made before we all went our separate ways."
Rob and are are participating in the Explore the Bruce Passport, with one of the stops being in downtown Chesley we stopped there to get our "punch" since it was on our way home.
"Just outside the local Chesley Museum."
"Since we had never been there before, we took the time to take a little tour."
"Could you imagine having a "Marriage Certificate" of this size, mounted on your wall as a daily reminder? LOL."