I went to the breakfast room and got the same breakfast for Joe and me as we had the day before. Then I got Joe up to eat.
While he got ready, I packed all our bags and set them by the door. Joe took them and put them in the car. While he was doing this, I made a video to show you the room before we left.
I expected we would go back the same way we came, but the GPS took us the longer way down Rt. 309. It was pretty scenery though.
Joe has gotten the hang of making videos and sort of enjoys filming as we drive along. I had the camera in the cup holder between us and I said to him, "Take a picture of that mountain for me, will you?" He was a long time doing it and I thought he was having trouble. Finally he laid the camera down. "Did you get the picture?" I asked. "I got the video," he said. So here it is.
It took a long time to get home. About an hour longer than the other way. After driving about 2 hours we were tired, hungry and had to use the restroom. I was stopped at a red light and saw we were right next to a diner. So we decided to stop for lunch and I pulled in.
We had never heard of this diner before. It was called Zoto's Diner in Line Lexington, PA. Another place I had never heard of. We got a table and then Joe used the restroom and I ordered us beverages. Then I used the restroom and Joe ordered our entrees. We both had burgers and fries. I had lemonade and Joe had iced tea. These were the best burgers and fries I have had in a long time. They were wonderful. I'm telling you if this place were not over an hour from home, I would be eating there a lot!
We felt much better after stopping and continued on another hour to home.
It was good to get back to my own home with my own things around me. We were so busy unpacking and putting things away that we completely forgot about dinner. I remembered at 11 p.m. and didn't want to eat that late. I needed something, though, to take my medicine so I made myself an egg.
I slept well last night. I was cold the whole time I was away. Here it is warm. Well, actually hot. It got up into the 80s.
This morning I had errands to run and I called Debbie to ask if she wanted to go with me. She did. I picked her up and we went to One Dollarzone, Walmart and Shop Rite. I have more errands to run tomorrow and I am going to church in the afternoon to decorate for our International Dinner on Sunday. It should be fun.
So that's it for now. I feel as if I have lived two weeks in the last few days. And now I have the weekend.
APRIL @ 7 P.M.
This is from yesterday. I didn't get today's shot. Too busy.