Other than the wind, it was a nice day. Almost no traffic on the road, and it only got up to 90, and not for very long before the winds came. Robin from the local paper stopped to interview me first thing this morning, and some folks right next to me at the motel stopped to talk and gave me a donation. Other than that, I didn't really see anyone else.
The one really interesting thing was this house. It had two chimneys, and I was told by Bonnie that it once had three. That's a lot for such a little house. I imagined that whoever the woman was that lived there was probably a lot like me -hates the cold- and had to have a fireplace in every room, or she wasn't moving there. That's what I would have wanted! It looked like it had been there forever, and really well built, but long since forgotten like so many homes I've seen on this Walk. I would love to know the true stories of these homes, I bet they would have a lot to tell.
Bonnie and her daughter Jackie came and picked me up at 1880 Town and took me back to Bonnie's and we ate brauts for dinner and talked for a bit. I was so exhausted though, and was in bed by 8.