ANNETTE – I would if I could but there are no flights & canoe is not an option. Since 25 March all Aussies are banned from travelling overseas. A few exceptions but I don’t my travel would qualify as “of national interest”. Maybe on “compassionate grounds” – to keep you company?
In reply to Wendyb:
Morning all: Hints of May Gray here with two hot days before back to slightly-above-normal. Dinner last night was good (massive piece of Key Lime Pie that accompanied it was way too big) and I'd bought a nice bottle of Kendall Jackson Chardonnay at Trader Joe's which we shared. It's not an expensive wine, but more than we typically pay for daily plonk. OH's daily plonk is pure rotgut as far as I'm concerned, although I'm sure anyone who knows anything about wine would consider what I normally drink pretty low on the scale. It's Memorial Day here this coming Monday.
AQ: I like 'compassionate grounds.' But why is canoe not an option? Think of Kontiki and the Pacific Islanders who seem to have gone all over the place in equally humble vessels - and Lief Erickson! And those modern people who insist on sailing around the world by themselves... Where's your spirit of adventure? :-)
PatO: I feel the same way about gardening - I could pay someone to bend and stretch but I figure it's good exercise (I could be wrong though....).
OG: Trivial Pursuit sounds like a good option under the circumstances.
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