Public utility boxes are decorated. Makes walking by them on the street enjoyable.
It wasn't worth trying to get photos of this Victorian home that has so much history here in Victoria, better to just visit the website. The stained glass was magnificent, the wood work incredible, the restoration story interesting.
By the time we walked back to the apartment and had lunch we decided there wasn't enough time before closing to visit the aviation museum at the airport, so we went shopping. I found a place to get my hair trimmed and Paul wandered the mall til I was done.
We went for groceries and I bought a lovely fresh chunk of halibut, caught right off the coast. Never having cooked it before I got instructions from the man at the fish counter. I'm becoming quite the good cook using the kitchen here.
Paul went out for white wine, so handy having a shop right around the corner, while I prepared the fish and fresh corn on the cob.
Still haven't quite figured out why my legs still talk to me, usually in a complaining manner. Perhaps 3 1/2 hours of strolling is really more than they are used to.