We woke early, then went to the Laundromat where we did two loads of clothes. Excellent washers and dryers so the whole task took about 1 hour fifteen minutes.
Afterwards, we were parked right across from China Chef restaurant so I talked Bob into Chinese food. Most people here were eating breakfast. We ordered almond fried chicken, barbecue pork, vegetable fried rice, spring rolls, and wonton soup. The soup came with three wontons, cabbage, three pieces of sliced pork and had a lovely peanut flavor.
The barbecue pork was quite tasty, with a huge proportion sliced on a bed of cabbage.
The spring rolls were tasty and filled with pork, but I wanted more vegetables and less meat. It came with a lovely sweet and sour sauce made with orange marmalade. The almond friend chicken had a good beer batter coating that was very crunchy and the gravy served on the side.
After lunch we headed to Kingsbrae Gardens for a 2.5 hour walk through the gardens.
We walked through most gardens including the woodland garden where we partically ran over all the wooden bridges because of our familiarity with the bites of red ants and lots of posted signs.
On our way back to the room we stopped to check out Katy’s Cove and found it was a nice freshwater swimming hole.
Afterwards, we returned to the room at Tara Manor Inn for a swim (far too cold) and for me to do some work.