Tweety, enjoy your day! Hi to George! What didja have for lunch, and what movie did you see?? At least at home you can bundle up if you need to, if the heater doesn't quite bring the temp to where you want it.
Joe, what did you make in the crock pot? I, too, think it's great you and J get together more often, to make up for the long stretches when you didn't see each other! How is the solo practice coming?
It is 72 degrees here, with occasional cirrus clouds which makes for very pretty sunsets. Snow is receding on the mountains; we hope to get at least one or two more rainstorms (snow for the mountains) before summer sets its claws in and we are once again up to triple digits.
The city recently made a walking track at the park across the street. dh has tried it out, going once around with the little doggie. Says it's maybe quarter of a mile long. Well, I walked 6 laps on it last night and I got different readings each time, with my phone's Fit app, which tracks steps. Apparently it isn't as accurate with mileage! One lap I did, rather quickly (for me): 0.22 miles. The next I did slower, cooling down: .33 miles!! So, I told dh it is probably a quarter mile, give or take, lol!
We had a quiet day yesterday, attended Zoom Sabbath School, then watched an episode of The Chosen, then attended the Jamkazam jam.
I made camping reservations for two weeks in June, same as last year: at Heart Bar campground. Our friends B & P will come up the second week and camp near us. Some of the group that camped near us the second week last year, are planning a caravan trip up north to the Grass Valley Bluegrass Festival. So, it may just be the four of us that second week. Though we will miss seeing all of them, we will enjoy whatever time we have up there, and whoever we're with! We like to play with P (she plays guitar and sings GREAT, a real country voice), and B likes to listen. We played folk songs one night last year, around their portable fire pit -- all the old ones we grew up with. B LOVED it, he kept asking, do you know this one? Do you remember this one? It was a lot of fun, and we look forward to more this year.
We will also go to the Big Bear Alpine Zoo again, and probably go to the Nepalese restaurant there in Big Bear. May go to their Visitor Center too, on the north shore (if it's open). The city is about a 20-min drive from the campground. Anyway, we love being up there and will enjoy our time up there!
Today we will meet fiddler (K) at a restaurant and maybe jam a little at home. We were going to meet another mutual friend there, who was going to drive out to see his wife, who is in a care facility nearby (their home is in the high desert). But, it turns out the facility doesn't allow guests on the weekend. So he will come out during the week, and meet up with dh and they will go out to lunch then, and maybe jam afterwards. He is a multi-instrumentalist, and we have played with him at a lot of church programs. He just spent a day at the recording studio, and is in the middle of deciding which of the 17 pieces he recorded, he wants on a CD! We were invited to listen to the "raw" material, and add what we think might be useful. A work in progress!
OK, better get the laundry going, it won't wash itself!
Have a good day!