The pandemic has been raging for more than 400 days, and you might not be far off the mark to think that I have posted 300 car breakfasts or coffees. But that would be an exaggeration as I am pretty sure there have been no more than 129 such outings.
This would then be #129. As with the others, it is courtesy of Sue's phone which she can trigger from her watch.
I think I am going to have to deal with the beard. Some people can grow long; others can't. Like head hair, how it grows, or doesn't in my case, determines what you can do with it. I couldn't grow my hair long, even back in the hippie days, because it just turned up in a flip at the back. The beard does something similar under my chin, and the sides stray out even though they have been trimmed.
When we came home, it was time to do more selfies this time with new masks. Sue wanted a new one, a white and bright one, for summer. I donned my maple leaf mask. I hadn't been wearing it because it was the kind with two elastics rather than one which fit over the ears. While I am given to understand that the two-elastic type offer better protection, they are cumbersome to use, so I wasn't bothering with it. Sue converted it to a single over-the-ear type. I'm glad to wear it because I like it. I feel very Canadian wearing a read maple leaf, especially one with a moose in it.
Also of note is that Sue (above) is wearing her new Tilley hat, also specifically for summer. It is lighter for summer wear, and also looks snazzier that her old one in the following photo in which we are both wearing brand new masks. Mine is called Howling Wolf.
I recently promised yall a photo of my tartan ensemble. All three items were purchased separately without matching in mind, but they do match fairly well. I have never actually worn all three simultaneously, but I used to wear the mask and cap out shopping, and I very often got nods and/or comments and even a thumbs-up from a complete stranger. I haven't worn it for a long time because it is single layer. My others have two layers plus a pocket for a filter, so those are what I wear now.