Having given up on the chipper, Ron tackled the big brush pile and we were able to squeeze in one trip to the transfer station before it closed.
I had a yen for apple pancakes and was too lazy to shop for pie filling so made it from scratch with apples on hand.
Ron needed meds at Stop & Shop so he brought home groceries.
The owner of the standard poodle called. We may be meeting them on Monday.
I spent a good part of the day watching a video of the Barnstable County Commissioners’ 2 1/2 hour July 2020 meeting on 350 Cape Cod’s climate change petition, as well as trying to better understand the components of County government.
It was much more pleasant outside today, thank goodness.
Ron went to the redemption center and stopped at a couple of storage facilities to buy a wardrobe box to store his off-season shirts.
At around 11:30 I’d just finished loading the truck for the transfer station. That and making the bed were the only useful things I’d done up to then, and the morning was almost gone.
I was worn out and dazed from even that short exposure to the heat. Finally took a shower, put on clean clothes and did the transfer station run a little after 3. It was miserable, horrible, but also not very busy so the trip went fast.
Ron taped up the wardrobe and we moved his shirts to the attic.
I made a list, finally, of dates that are important to insurance company underwriters (and banks and realtors): roof, plumbing (central), etc., so I won’t have to look these up every time we want to put our coverages out to bid or refinance.
Ron made tomato sauce and pasta for supper!
I had some correspondence with a woman on Nantucket about a dog she is fostering.