Sunday, September 04, 2011

A day in the life, East of the Equator

It's been a gorgeous two days East of the Equator.  The weather has been delightful, even the rain was beautiful.  It would be perfect, if I didn't have this raging allergy/cold/cough/hack/itchyeyes thing going on.  So drugs are on the agenda.  And it's just a small dent in perfection.

We had a gorgeous walk this AM.  The morning was cool but a little humid;  no bugs were out so we got a good mile jaunt in, complete with Mr. Handsome taking himself for a swim.

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There was a gorgeous piece of beach wood.
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And a magnificent freighter graced our day by heading north.
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We headed up to the Harrisville Arts Fair.  The Arts part is tremendously misleading;  there are hundreds of vendors there.  We were tickled to see our favorite class vendor and we bought another spoon rest (this one for GRR).  Mickey and T's had a booth and his stuff was almost sold out.  He has GREAT spices.  We added to the collection - Greek spices- it isn't even on his website yet.  Will let you know what we do with those.

What I didn't buy was this.

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It was nice enough but $150?  Yikes.

Of course, there were plenty of wild signs, errant apostrophes, and some pretty funny misspellings.

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He should probably slow down.

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We had some good beach time and are busy chillaxing.  Go Tigers and enjoy what's left of the weekend.

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