It was a little windy yesterday but still a very nice day. We can tell the temperature is going down a few degrees and it seems as if the days are getting a little shorter, too. The longest day of the summer is already over...
I ran again and it felt pretty good. I remember why I used to run a lot. I enjoy it and feel better. As long as I take it slow and stretch a lot, I should be in good shape.
Then, we each ran a few errands during the late morning. I did some things online and then went to check to see if my car wax/polishing kit arrived. Sure enough, it is here so I will have my work cut out for me for the next few days.
It was such a nice afternoon, I spent time out back by the lake. I am reading James Michener's The Journey: A Quest for Canadian Gold. It is a historical novel of the Canadian wilderness around the end of the 19th century. How about you? What are you reading?
While reading I saw a couple of swans nearby. They were really close since the lady a few campsites away was feeding them bread. It was windy and I saw something I hadn't seen before, the swan was bowing out his wings to catch the wind.
While I was enjoying that, Pam was fixing another spectacular meal. She worked on a recipe for quinoa, and also cooked some squash and baked some fish with bell peppers and spices.
After dinner, I went outside again and started another campfire. When I got it going pretty good, Pam arrived with the smorz. Not sure when the last time was that we had smorz.
Umh...it was delightful!
The wind continued for a time and we finished up with the campfire and went inside. Pam talked with sister-in-law Sue who called to ask about how she was doing. They were also concerned about the tornado that touched down and caused a lot of damage and destruction outside of Detroit at a campground. It was pretty awful but no where near us.
That was about it for us on a Roadrunner Monday...
Hope you are having a good week ~