Getting there was fairly easy and took about an hour. The GPS was no help as it kept wanting us to take these smaller roads, and on the map and directions I got off the web,it seemed like a straight shot on major highways. And it was!
Coming home was a bit different. There was a detour and we couldn't retrace our steps. We were now on back the back roads it would be easy for us to get completely. We stopped at a shopping center of this very nice town in Rye. Arlene went to buy some wine at a liquor store while I re-program the GPS. All it has to do is get us to the main highway. Long story short we made it home. We cracked open the wine and had a couple glasses each. As it approached 9:30 we were both getting tired. The subject's of conversation had dwindled dangerously down to me commenting on how good the ham and egg sandwich on a sesame bagel, I had for lunch,was. And then adding that I, "really like sesame bagels."
In response to my stimulating words Arlene slowly replied as if struggling to find the words to make a sentence, "Bagels...are good....." At this point we both burst out laughing. I had nothing to say but kept babbling, she tried to respond but would have rathered to just turn off her brain off at that point. We were both tired.
When we got home we went out to eat again. We got to my place at about 8p.m. We left at noon, We did a lot of walking by the ocean and that has a relaxing yet invigorating affect on you. There is something magical about the ocean. Why do so many people choose to live by it or near it. It's this big entity that can be calming or violent. It can reach right out and smack you one. It has to be respected but also enjoyed.
So after a nine and a half hour Arlene went home. I slept well. Seven hours straight. Here's a slide show of some of the pictures from the day. There's music so if you don't want to hear it turn your speakers down.
I'm outta here.