Free lunch for hundreds. Delicious fish, corn on cob and biscuit. 76 degrees and sunny.
Pilot Monument commemorates the brave pilots who helped in early 1900's
After a dinner pizza we made a visit to Tim Horton's. Phil thru the computer (we don't have our phones on) he texted all our kids. Ted responded & they could catch up. Thru the computer we could FaceTime with Corrina, Tait and family including our grandson, Jason who is visiting them from the Midwest.
Back at our rv in the Walmart parking lot we were ready to call it a day when a lady says you're a long way from home. The four of us had a great time chatting with her. She is a nurse and moved here for the increase in salary. She talked about her friend from Japan who is a guide for the 1,800 Japanese who come here in the winter to see the Northern Lights.
Hard to realize that is is 11 pm because of how light it is. The sun sets at 11:26 pm and rises at 3:39 am. It's been a great day for us.