Happy Outdoor Tuesday. I could barely believe the thermometer registered 47 degrees this morning when I got up. Summer is fleeting away and fall is here. Yesterday I had a nice visit with my friend over lunch, celebrating her 71st birthday. After that, we went to a local JAX sporting good store to see if there were any good sales going on. There were, but it was a bit rich for my tastes; I then drove her home. Most of the day was gone by the time I got home, it seemed like it was almost time for dinner. This morning I've already walked with girlfriends; I haven't yet started at the gym, because hubby and I are heading to the high places for two days. This will be truly a R&R time away, before we head to New England-which will not be a slow paced trip. There will be too many places to see, to much seafood to eat and too much fun. So today I've got to shower, figure out what I'm taking for the brisk air up there and then pack. Hubby is golfing and when he gets home we will head out. It is a three hour drive and we will only stop for bathroom breaks; we have a favorite restaurant that will go to for dinner tonight. It is called 8th Street Grill and basically a butcher shop where you can pick your own cut of meat and they grill it for you; it's not cheap, but oh so good. I'm not sure how much hiking we'll do with hubby's heal spurs; hopefully we'll get one or two easy ones in. One of hubby's closest friends and his wife just happen to be going up there today too-so we will meet them for breakfast tomorrow. Hunter will be in heaven with Copper and Lily and the grands.
I hope you are all enjoying the changing season and being grateful for life.
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