|October started with a couple of cold days but has warmed up again to about 65F. I made use of this nice weather and replaced yet another window in one of our dormers. No more rattling from that old window!
Bea had one of her last big days at the motel. Now that there are very few guests, all rooms have to be looked after and an in-depth-cleaning with the toothbrush had to be done. Guests have been praising the cleanliness of the place and that is due to Bea’s great work she is doing there.
After I was done with the window I rolled down the top of our LTD and took Molly and myself to Herring Cove Beach. It was low tide and the beach was at least 300ft wide. Molly always enjoys rustling up something edible among the many marine shells and I heard her crunching on a crab shell right behind me.
The beach was totally deserted and we had a wonderful walk along the water’s edge.
When we came home Bea had returned from the motel and it wasn’t long until supper was ready. While most households have been enjoying turkey over Thanksgiving, we have had a crispy pork roast. Turkeys are just too big for the two of us.
Tomorrow we will be starting the car hunt again. Hopefully, we will be able to show you some pics next time. (Sorry, no pics today)