We went grocery shopping for the first time in a long time to get some much needed meats and supplies. Food is more expensive here than in the U.S., so I only got what we'll need for the next week or so.
Jim went for a walk today, and he tried out an app he has on his Droid. It's called "Runkeeper." It uses the phone's GPS to measure the distance you're walking, the elapsed time, the average minutes per mile, and the number of calories you're burning. He walked the same route we walked yesterday and it was 2.45 miles. It's a neat little app, and it's free in the Android Market.
I worked on a collage of some of the barn photos I've taken the past two weeks.
We sat outside and watched the boats go by for a while this afternoon, then called it a day. This retired life is tough! :) Tomorrow will be a "get ready" day. Then on Thursday, it's off to Mattawa, Ontario for a few days.
We've learned one thing we like here that would be nice to have in the states. At the restaurants, they use a hand held credit card machine that is handed to the customer and he swipes his card and puts in the tip. It's then closed out by the waitress. What a great deal! There's less chance of someone getting your full number and stealing it.