On Monday the mechanic picked up the Jeep to take it to the shop to install a new air conditioning system. We both hate to see it drive away... Got it back early evening. I always worry when someone else is driving it. So always glad to see it drive in. Bill says the AC is working too good now - he almost froze his @-- trying it out. So now the AC is working and the back windows go down and the radiator and water pump are new. Willie, the Jeep, as opposed to Bill the driver - but both - should be good to go for a few more years!
Looks like the oyster guy had a good morning. When we got there there were very few other people around.
Another look at all of the boats. We didn't see any wheels waiting for a boat either.
Oh well - we ordered a couple cans of soda and sat at a table for a while. Just people watching. And Bill was getting his drone ready to go up. A few more families showing up.
The drone is in the air. See it - it is red.
Enjoying the day and the beach.
Just about as we were getting ready to leave we spotted a boat coming in.
Getting closer to shore, still under power and using the waves to come in.
Getting out to pull the boat closer to sand. Engine is up.
Now it has to be unloaded.
First things out.
That looks heavy.
Load after load. I hope most of it was fish.
All of the vendor stores were open as were the restaurants. We didn't do any shopping that day.
Another pulmonia to take home. We got a lesson in pulmonia protocol. We went up the first one we saw. Got told no couldn't use him 'cause he was second in line. This guy had been there first. Very instant about that. No problem. We got in with the guy who had been there first.
He was enclosed with plexiglass behind and next to his seat. Both drivers had sanitizer and were wearing masks.
Fresh fruit any one?
Spent rest of day at home. Working on videos, blogs and reading and hoping the GBs would last. I also fixed dinner. Gnocchi, Bill's home made sauce and Beyond Meat meat balls. Don't think I'd buy them again. Sorry it just isn't meat!