I saw signs all over the place for this boat, which is here for a week selling fresh fish and stuff. Can't say the timing's great, since most people are stuffing their refrigerators full of stuff for Thanksgiving, us included. Hopefully they'll be back often.
I love their neon signs, which were really hard to get pictures of.
The moon was bright and beautiful, but of course, it's impossible to get a good picture on a phone. However, sometimes you can incorporate it into a pretty decent one.
There's been enough progress at the yacht club that the fences are down now.
The sunset was minor and short-lived, but I got a couple of good shots.
5.2 miles in 1:45, 11,450 steps
Thursday's walk finally appeared in my workout calendar, so I was able to delete the copy I made of the one from a week before. But at this point, I don't care enough to make the map.
There's at least a couple of last glimpses of that sunrise in the video. And a very silly detour I took because I thought it would be easier to do a loop around a block instead of merge at the last second for a double lane closure in the road up ahead that ended up not even being there. There were more road closures where I turned, so it went on a lot longer than I thought it would. But that's fine. I saw some cool houses I hadn't seen before.
Later on, I took our friend Barbara to lunch, the doctor, and the grocery store. It was all fine and dandy until the pharmacy took 45 minutes or so to fill the prescription. That's the very same pharmacy that inspired my decision to take all of my prescriptions via mail order. At least I got to see Barbara's cat Drama, who is very hard to photograph. She has two, but Zephyr usually hides when I come over.