Paul sliced and toasted some of the fruit and nut bread for breakfast. Yummy. It is very dense and we didn't need more than a slice and a half each to fill up. Worth buying as a treat but not something I'd get on a regular basis if the bakery was right around the corner. Just too pricey for my blood.
Walked to the post office and stopped at a little antique shop on the way back. A very light rain was falling. We didn't need umbrellas but it was cool enough for jackets.
After lunch we did a shop by car, Paul having been out early with a bucket and sponge to clean off the mess left by birds in the parking lot. We needed wine to go with our cheese and crackers and for our steak dinner. Found a bottle of the Merlot we like and it was about the same price as we'd pay at home.
While at the grocery I picked up a newspaper so we could reacquaint ourselves with the world and also for the insert on happenings this holiday weekend. BC is celebrating it's 150 and there will be events in the main downtown area starting tomorrow.
Quiet but content day.