We have no plans to go anywhere. Got our supermarket shop done early on Thursday morning when it was still quite quiet. Went to the local roadside stall yesterday for some vegetables and the library to change some books. It was easier doing that than going in to the Growers' Market in the rain today.
Yesterday, it rained steadily all day and the wind was quite strong with some of the foxgloves given a battering. Still wind and rain this morning.
Lots I should be doing but I think sitting by the fire reading the newspapers and doing crossword, sudoko and code cracker is the best idea while a chicken roasts in the oven.
Tomorrow, Doug's youngest daughter is coming for a scallop lunch. She called in with the Herald this morning but was running really late as there was so much mail (including Food Boxes) to deliver to Waipu, she also had a lot of parcels in her vehicle to sort through for Tuesday's deliveries.
The seven day forecast. At least there are two days when it doesn't look too bad.
I sowed some lettuce, tomatoes, beans adn flowers for the Monarch butterflies earlier in the week although nothing showing yet. Hopefully, next week we will be able to go to the Market and get some plants.
Two, possibly, three new cases of Covid in Northland so hope they are contained.