Pari and I headed on down the Highway through Southampton, as we made our way over to my Aunt and Uncle's home in Port Elgin. The snow still there is almost unbelievable if you didn't see it for yourself ...
I gave Auntie Gladys a hand with her Computer and Photos, before we had the pleasure of her serving up tea and her famous "Gumdrop" loaf.
Thanks again for your wonderful hospitality Auntie Gladys, Pari and I thoroughly enjoyed our visit. xx
Rob had made reservations for 12:30 pm at the Green Door Cafe in Wiarton. I am happy we had reservations (always recommended), as it was a busy little spot today.
Once we had enjoyed our lunch, Rob headed on home, while Pari and I toured a couple of the downtown Wiarton stores and shops. We went to Josie's of Wiarton, The Thrift Shop, and Rankin River Trading Co.. Afterwards we stopped at the local Foodland store for each of us to pickup some Yogurt. We are both Yogurt girls as it is very good for you, as I am sure most people know.
After depositing Pari safely back to her home, I arrived back at my home after 4 pm. It has been a very busy week this past week, or for that matter what week isn't busy. How can some people possibly be bored with their lives, there is so much to do !!! in my life there seems to be always something to do or needing done.
Tomorrow I have to do the Crabby Cabbie bookwork for January and February, laundry, and get some dust swept up around here, as that never goes away, as does the "spare" dog that Bandit also leaves behind from time to time.
On that note, I am off for another evening, Just North of Wiarton & South of the Checkerboard.