Pete's first outing with borrowed walking sticks for support
St Simon's Pier was closed due to the Covid 19 virus
We were just at the beginning of the COVID 19 virus. We felt pretty isolated at the condo. I would go out for groceries. Pete and I would go to his doctor’s appointments. And in between appointments, we found a few places to walk on the island.
I enjoyed having a dishwasher and laundry at our disposal. We watched movies and played cards. I did most of the cooking, working out Pete’s new diet. He has to stay away from fried foods and butters, wheat and nut breads and preservatives. So back to fresh baked white bread. No spicy food or processed foods with lots of preservatives. He needs to eat carbs with his meals. So it’s trial and error as to what affects him.
view of dinging room/living room with door to deck. stairwell on the right to the bedrooms/bathroom upstairs
back towards window to the kitchen, half bath on the left then foyer to entrance
Pete and I found the Wesley Memorial on St Simon’s Island. It was built in memory of the Reverends John and Charles Wesley who lived in this area in the early 1700’s. We returned with Dave on the weekend.