Bonnie baked Monkey Bread for breakfast and invited us to eat with them. It was really good. We sat at the picnic table and enjoyed the bread as well as the nice July morning.
Dwight and Sheila brought our mail to us. Michelle sent us a batch of letters to their address, since we weren’t sure where we would be staying while in the Portland area. We appreciated their help in solving one of our problems for us---our mail.
Dwight and Sheila had already eaten breakfast, but sat with us and told motorhome stories. Dwight wasn’t wearing his sunglasses so we weren’t sure of the truthfulness of the tales he was telling. Sheila can always be counted on telling it like it was!
At 1:45, Bonnie and I met Val, Bonnie’s daughter-in-law, who drove us into Portland to a bead shop. The two of them are working on necklace projects. While they were shopping, I read beading magazines.
We were glad Val was driving because traffic was terrible. And we had a good visit as we drove along.
I took a nap when we got home. We ate enchiladas with Todd and Bonnie at the picnic table. We are surely enjoying that table. And the weather was beautiful. We went for a walk before we declared that it was the end of the day.