It's still warm, very warm at times, the hard work of fishing for your evening meal. Octopus and tsipora (sea bream) being caught in both harbours. Garfish being landed, on light lines in the lights by Marilyn.
The wood deliveries, have started around the village, as thoughts turn to chilly evenings, still to come.
Friends meeting up for lunch, and the restaurants that remain open doing very well. Now the last cruise liner has departed, the Elizabeth boats still arrive from the mainland, depositing mainland Greeks, for a wander around town.
Shotguns being used around Plakes, and up in the hills, as the hunting season activities return to prominence once again. Anything is fair game, be it a seagull or a hawk ...
Church bells ringing firmly, on Sunday morning, calling the faithful, and not so faithful to morning service, followed by a trip to the coffee shop.
But for now, as evening falls, and the humidity makes it feel like rain. Then it's just the rattle of dice, on a backgammon board, and perhaps a game of chess, depending on your personal preference.
Well this is Greece after all ...