After our treats we headed over to Bruce County Road #9 to enjoy the scenic route on the way back home.
Once home I retrieved the two loads of laundry off the clothes line, and good thing I had as it rained liked the dickens late this afternoon. Thank goodness Rob got himself a bit more shut-eye this afternoon.
Vicki took a photo of our Lexus while we had been enjoying some breeze under our Maple Trees today. I had also gotten a photo of her pup, Sully, a couple of days ago, so here are both photos.
When Doug & Vicki come visiting we usually have one meal out, Vicki does one meal, then I do the next.
Tonight Vicki made BBQ'd Striploin Steaks, Baked Potatoes and Caesar Salad ... which all hit the spot for the four of us. Tomorrow night I think I am doing Pork Ribs with Maple Chipolte BBQ sauce along with a salad and maybe rice.
I am exhausted, and even though I am NOT complaining, the humidity effects my fibro, arthritis and asthma, as I know it effects many people. The weather forecast is more T-Storms tomorrow with a severe T-Storm warning being issued for Canada Day (Tuesday), which will be a shame with so many Celebration Events planned. Weather can not be dictated to, so all must make the best as we can with what we get I suppose.
Hoping I get some sleep this evening. All ceiling fans are going full speed ahead, Just North of Wiarton & South of the Checkerboard.