A great day doing very little

The great weather is holding and we took advantage of the cool, dry air for our workout.  Jeanne is beginning to increase the duration of her intervals, which should improve her stamina.  She has been running for only about six months and continues to show improvement.  My legs were a little stiff at the start, but I finished o.k.

By the time we cleaned up, it was getting close to 11:00 AM, so we skipped breakfast and went directly to lunch.  For the rest of the morning and early afternoon, we hung around the coach.  I did some chores and read while Jeanne sketched out our route for the next three months.  Jeanne arranged for us to extend our stay in Rogers for another week and I did some knife sharpening that was long overdue.

The campground is filling up again.  A group calling themselves the Old Timers meet here twice a year to visit, fish and tell lies.  They are mostly retirees and seem to keep to themselves.  The few we have talked to are nice.  In contrast to the campers that whooped it up on Labor Day weekend, the Old Timers are exceedingly quiet and polite.

We’re not sure where the day went, but it was 4:00 PM before we knew it and it was time to meet Faye and Don for dinner.  We went to a steakhouse that had great food at reasonable prices.  We returned to their house for another domino tournament.  We finally got back to the coach around 9:00 PM to read before falling asleep.

All in all, it was a great day.