Today we were planning on attending a jazz afternoon at a restaurant here in Boquete. It was advertised as from 3 to 8, as part of the pre jazz festival events. However, on checking the website this morning, they had cancelled it. So we ended up staying home. Don went for a walk, but I was quite happy not to walk after our marathon yesterday. I did fill the hummingbird feeder again. It seems that only one bird is coming to it, but it does go down quickly.
I sat outside and stitched for quite awhile, chatting with Maria. It has been cool enough today that I had to sit in the sun to keep warm - just too cool in the shade. I think I will try and find some embroidery floss in town tomorrow or the next time we are there. I might have to look up the Spanish for it, because I don't know how to charade "embroidery floss" the way I did to buy the needles and thread.
Here is a picture of our cooking arrangements here. It is an outdoor kitchen and the stove has to be hooked up to the propane tank whenever we want to use it. The tank is kept in the cupboard when not in use, so it is out of sight. Apparently, propane tanks are the most stolen item in Panama.
We have a fridge, microwave, toaster oven, and coffee pot in our room, but no sink, so we have to wash our dishes outside as well. It involves a few more steps, but in this climate it is not a hardship.