Y ARMOUTH A ROUND T OWN
Day 22 - Pitter-patter, pitter-patter! That ’ s how my birthday began — with soft raindrops falling on the cottage roof, the wrinkled lake, and the moist earth! The mist and fog hid much of Quenen Lake but we could still see that there was hope of sunshine later (however, that was more faith than reason). At breakfast, there were birthday cards to remind me of this anniversary — but they were amusing and fun! Since the TV had promised rain until the afternoon, we decided that the best use of our morning was to do the laundry again, check out the CAT reservations, roam through Yarmouth to find places significant to Pat ’ s younger days, and have some lunch fairly early since we were to meet Pat ’ s 2nd cousin, Genevieve, for supper at Rudder ’ s Restaurant at 5 PM on the waterfront. The rains were more like mists than drops most of the time, so our plans went forward very well.
It took about 1 ½ hrs. to complete the wash and during that time we had our lunch fromWendy ’ s and Tim Horton ’ s.
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