-While it is unlikely that we will make it up to the low-twenties, as we did yesterday, we have every indication that today will be at least another passable Spring day - if a little overcast.
-To take advantage of yesterday's great weather Jeannette and I spent much of the morning walking around our neighbourhood and the downtown area. First we made our way to the city-funded arts centre (which just happens to be a few blocks away from us) to visit a showing of local artists works. Unfortunately, we weren't able to find anything we wanted to buy.
We then made our way up to one of our local coffee shops for some road coffees for our walk to the farmer's market.
Mainly as a justification to head out for a walk, rather than with intent to actually buy anything, we made our way over to the Regina Farmer's market. Unfortunately, as is normally the case, it was something of a disappointment (and nothing like the Saskatoon Farmer's Market that we visited last Saturday) and we weren't even remotely tempted to buy anything. As usual, there wasn't even any flour. What's up with a farmer's market in Saskatchewan not selling flour?
Because the farmer's market is on the same street as the optician from whom I recently purchased glasses I then went to have my glasses adjusted. For some reason my glasses have been slipping down my nose (a problem I have had with every pair of glasses I have ever owned). While I think the adjustment helped I'm not sure if the problem has been altogether solved and I fear that I may have to start using my weird little rubber ear piece attachments. Bummer (particularly, because it this problem that motivated me to buy new frames).
-After a little bit of early yard work (mostly some raking and sweeping) Jeannette talked me into having our first barbecue of the season. Not surprisingly, it was quite pleasant.