Tuesday, April 11, 2017
Still here.... yes it's me, Terry again!
Here in Mt. Comfort Indiana for another 5 weeks, at the KOA. We've decided to hang out here since there is more to do here than in area's farther to the east. Dale can get daily walks in at various malls close by without a 20 mile drive to Muncie or Richmond, if we moved over to New Castle. She is doing very well with her recovery, and walking over 2 miles per day now. I am, on the other hand, getting a real workout doing the household stuff since she isn't allowed to do any, bending, twisting or lifting for another 3 months plus. But she's taken care of me for years without a complaint, so I'm glad to help her now.
I did take her out for lunch this past Saturday at Texas Roadhouse on Shadeland Ave on the east side of Indianapolis after our walk at the Greenwood Park Mall and stops at Camping World and Old Time Pottery.. She got a steak and as usual they did a great job for a chain steakhouse. My ½ pound cheeseburger and cup of chilli were excellent also, we each brought back about ½ of our meal back to the motorhome and ate those for supper.
Sunday we went and did two miles at Castleton Square Mall on the north east side of Indianapolis, and then hit a new grocery in Carmel called “Market District” for some needed supplies. It was an upscale grocery very similar to a “Wegman's” found in the North East. Found out it is an offering by “Giant Eagle” another NE grocery chain. It also reminded us of the “Central Market” stores owned by “H.E.B.” in Texas. Basically it fit the old adage, “If you don't see it, you don't need it”. Market District had a larger variety of meat and seafood than we've seen in this part of the country with many prepared meals to go.
Monday was another day of mall walking and hanging at the RV park. We went to New Palestine, Indiana, and met up Dale's cousin Nancy and her husband Roy for lunch at a local pub. The food at “The Around the Corner Pub” was very good as was our catching up on each other's kids and grandkids.
Editor's Note: A big thanks to Terry for helping with the blog. Not yet into doing much reading or writing, so I am glad he is able to help.
Till next time. . .
Posted by Dale at 8:18 AM