We did a little bit of necessary shopping and then headed back to town, but stopped at a farm market for peaches because we need peaches. Who doesn't, right?
Well, yes, you didn't think I was going to let you have all the fun, did you? And, by the way, I said dinking around, not that other word. My God, what a dirty mind...
Loved the lunch. One of my favorite things about going to the beach in Florida is drinking bushwackers. (Flounders has my favorite, in case you're ever around Pensacola Beach.) However, I could get used to the sandwich at Clementine's, too.
While walking around the dock looking at the Friend's Good Will and taking some pictures and managing not to fall into the river, I spotted artist Caroline Goldsmith working on a gorgeous painting of a boat. I watched her for a while while Nan was further down the dock not falling into the water, either, and was amazed by both the detail and the truth of the colors in the canvas she was working on. Since I was annoying her already, I asked her some questions, which she answered in a truly lovely Australian accent. Made my day, but she didn't get much done there for a little while.
It was going to rain, so we headed back to the house. We've been working since we got back, having a good time--never has rained.
Heading out to Maria's for Italian pretty soon. You have a good night. Don't forget to comment to be entered for the prize. And tell Nan to watch her language.