We got ready to leave for day, donned with Raincoats and umbrellas. I got an email from my doctor that she wanted me to drop by Kaiser for some more blood tests as my Iron is low. We were driving past Promenade Kaiser on the way to breakfast, so I decided to go to that one. Of course, as we approached the parking lot, it was obviously empty as that location was closed. I went to drive past and Gary got very upset as he thought the doctor had sent me an email for an appointment. We argued over whether or not the lab was open. I pointed out that the parking lot was empty and there was no one there. Since I was driving, I kept going and we went to Bert's Diner for breakfast. After a great meal of Chicken and Waffles (new to the menu) we headed on to Folsom.
The GPS took us through a gazillion puddles straight to Cloud's Porcelain. Some ladies at the CLUB (Gary's daycare) had told him this was a good place to purchase a birthday gift for me. We spent some time there and I picked out a vase, a sponge holder for the kitchen and a treat jar for Diva. We spent the rest of the afternoon browsing through the shops in the Historic section of Folsom and ended at the Folsom Historic Museum. We paid $4 each to visit the self-guided tour of the museum. Of course, there was a section devoted to Folsom Prison. The guide mentioned that there was a June and Johnny room in the back behind the prison bars if we needed it. We quickly discovered the bathroom complete with Johnny Cash posters and music that plays when the door was opened.