Tomorrow’s a Day Away

Tuesday April 28- Walking has been our mode of transportation, today was only 3 miles. Went to a West Marine, no indoor shopping, you stop at a table the employee gets the item you pay at the table, credit cards only.

For breakfast I made blueberry scones. The recipe makes 8, mine were smaller in size.

Wednesday April 29- Our friends Robin and Gary are visiting their daughter and her family just north of LA, came down to visit us, it was great to see them!

The text trail went like this: Me: You guys in CA? Robin: Yeah, why? Me: We’re in Santa Barbara. Robin: OMGGGGGG, we’ll be right over!!!! 🙂 Robin: What a great reprieve from our collective COVID-19 isolation . . .

Had Pizza delivered for dinner.

Thursday April 30– boat project day as we wait for our weather window. In general a lazy day.

For dinner we made Taco stuffed pasta shells.

My intent with this blog was to post our activities every day of the journey. Not anticipating long weather delays, or a world pandemic, there have been days with little to write about. This journal is a chronicle of our daily lives and activities. The places we visit, our activities, the food we eat, the people we encounter.

Every tomorrow will be better than the day before.

14 thoughts on “Tomorrow’s a Day Away

  1. Yes, please keep on blogging. It’s such an interesting life/adventure. Your meals always look so good. Safe sailing ⛵️


  2. We agree!! Keep on blogging! We love following your adventures and everyone looks so healthy! Your meals always look amazing!! Unfortunate you have to endure this pandemic business! But, you seems to be managing! Stay safe and well.


  3. Marlene — We really enjoy reading your blog & keeping track of your travels. It’s always a bright spot in our day. We are fine, the girls doing our grocery shopping for us & then we visit Webster for a pick up, properly distanced. Judy & I are sewing face masks (over 100 between us) & 2 local quilt shops have distributed over 10,000 so far. Jim & I may run some informal Sunfish races tomorrow at RCC. Weather looks good & people want OUT. Stay safe & love to you all.


  4. We have been riveted! Keep it up. So Italian shells stuffed with Mexican? Mind’s Blown!!


  5. Love reading your blogs, seeing all the pics! Glad you guys are safe & doing well. Rick is “patiently “ waiting for MD to open their marinas.


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