Yesterday was Anzac day, a day when we remember those lost in conflict. As it was on a Sunday today is a public holiday.
Our Parkinson's walks continue anyway so we had a very pleasant walk alongside the river from Whareora Road to Mair Park this morning.
Being a public holiday not all cafes were open so the group came here for their caffeine fix afterwards. There were just 10 of us on today's walk.
When we got home there was a message from Doug's nephew asking if we would like some fish so when everyone had gone we headed 20 kms. north and had a good catch up. We returned with 2.5 kg of snapper fillets and after a very late lunch I packed and froze it leaving some in the fridge for tomorrow.
We have been having some lovely autumn weather and I took these photos on our morning walk a couple of days ago.
Being so far north we do not get the autumn colours that they do in the south but I still enjoy them.
I just went outside a few minutes ago and noticed the lovely full moon and unusual cloud next to it.
We have appointments for our flu jabs tomorrow after taking Bobby in for a blood test. He seemed to be doing really well until today when he was not keen on eating so we will ask the vet to give him a check as well.
I read in the local paper on Saturday that Covid vaccinations are now available but we will have to wait a fortnight after having our flu jabs