|Pat and Lar on the Wilmington waterfront (Brandywine Creek) outside the Drop Kick Restaurant|
Where does the time go? Today begins Day Three of "Pat's Visit to Delaware." I didn't even finish posting about Day One.
Let me finish now before Pat emerges from the Casa Tipton-Kelly Guest Bedroom.
After the rather "mixed" vegetarian lunch at the Drop Kitchen restaurant on the Delaware waterfront, we three (me, Lar and Pat) went back to Lar's home for a visit. I wanted to show Pat the nice, cozy neighborhood that Lar and his family reside.
|Liar with "Sarah" in his home office - we have invaded his space|
After that brief visit we bee-lined it to Christiana Mall (the only mall of significance in Delaware, little state that we are) and to the Apple store. I wanted to check out the Apple watches.
|Pat and I in from of the Apple store at the Christiana Mall in Wilmington, DE|
We went, I checked, and I purchased. The Apple store didn't have any iWatches in stock so I had to order mine on line. But I'm glad I went to the Apple store to check out the iWatches in person. I'm going to be the coolest hotel front desk agent in Lewes with my iWatch when I return to work, at least for a while.
|Me (on the right) with the "Doug", my assigned Apple store salesman|
I always enjoy visiting the Apple store. So far I've been to the Apple stores in Philadelphia, Toronto and now Wilmington. That Steve Jobs, now he knew how to create a customer friendly and effective and efficient business model.
Pat and I then dropped of Lar (dropped kicked him more like it) at his cozy residence in Radnor Run. Then we headed south to LSD in our rented, black, smells of smoke, Chevy Impala car. Enterprise fell down on this one folks, the car was dirty on the outside too. I guess we should have a made a fuss at the train state and demanded another car but they were so busy we didn't think it was worth it. We washed the car yesterday. I also defumigated it. Still smells like smoke but not as strong.
We arrived at Casa Tipton-Kelly. Pat and Bill chatted a bit then I don't remember what we did. But later on in the evening Pat and I went to Milton for dinner at the Modern Mixture Too restaurant. We decided not to fight the Memorial Day Weekend Mob in Rehoboth Beach (we did that last night which I will write about in my next blog) and opted instead for a stress free ride and free parking (Rehoboth is $2.00 an hour).
|Guess who at Modern Mixture Too in Milton|
Pat just got up and we're ready for another day of adventure in the wonders of southern Delaware on this holiday weekend.