Although Jeanne was feeling much better, we decided this would be a take-it-easy day.
Late in the morning, we went to the local Walmart Supercenter for a few groceries and a map of the area. Returning to the coach, we spent the afternoon very quietly by reading and sleeping.
Before meeting Jim and Debbie for dinner, we located a Borders and updated the computers and this web site — something that was long overdue. It had been several days since we had access to a high-speed connection and the e-mails were piling up on the server. One account had 392 messages, 98% of which was junk.
No problem finding where Debbie and Jim live. They have a handsome home in a nice part of town and nearby is a casual restaurant with an outstanding menu. They hosted dinner; the food and conversation were excellent. Afterwards, we returned to their home and talked way into the night. They are dear friends and it was good to catch up. We are happy to find they had comfortably adapted to the community.
Returning to the coach, we read for a few minutes before going to bed.