I am not quite climatized for the transition from Fall to Winter yet, not that I care for Winter too much at the best of times. It was pretty chilly and icy taking the "Checkerboard Aussies" out this morning, with really not warming up too much at all today. The Sun had been out a bit this morning, but the winds stayed on the bitter side.
I was off and out the door like a "dirty shirt" just before 9:00 am this morning, as I was meeting up with my Niece, Joanne, to hit this November Saturday's Christmas Bazaars. We met up for coffee at the Tim Hortons in Hepworth, then made our way up the road to the Hepworth Legion.
By the time we had finished up with a lovely luncheon and tea, then saying our goodbyes to those we had known there, I then made my way over to Southampton for one more stop before heading out of Saugeen Shores.
Once I left Kerry's, I met up with my "Crabby Cabbie", got my gas tank refueled and headed back towards home. On my way home I did manage to briefly drop in at the Bazaar taking place at the Sauble Beach School. I was happy to say "hello" to a couple of people there I knew, then continue on my way.
Needless to say when I did arrive home there were some pretty happy "Checkerboard Aussies", but also a very cold house as the woodstove had burned itself out ... brr. Once I made everyone happy for the time being, got the stove "fired" up, I then got around to admiring my purchases of the day..
It was all in a day's Christmas Bazaars with one more to go next Saturday and I am done with November Christmas Bazaars 2012.
A warm welcome to Judy of When I Get Where I Am Going, who follows my everyday out, abouts, goings on and ramblings. Always look forward to you being here Judy. Thank you.
Speaking of "done", I am feeling all in but for my "shirttail". I am tired with having more then enough of being out and about all this day, but really not without enjoying it all. It is more enjoyable when one is not so tired, but I plan on catching up with some R & R here very shortly, "Just North of Wiarton & South of the Checkerboard".