A 3 lb. hand sledge, and a vintage spanner for $13. Krash picked up some JBL computer speakers for his laptop for a "song". From there we headed over to Pat's for lunch. We had breakfast there a few days ago, and I was anxious to check out their lunch menu. We were not disappointed. I had the Jerked Chicken covered in salsa, and served on a bed of black beans with a side of yellow rice.
The portions are quite generous, and for $8 this was an amazing meal. TLE had the Chicken Alfredo special, and it was also amazing. I took this picture of my meal for Dan (Mali Mish). Dan, see what you might have had if you could have stayed another day....:D After a thoroughly enjoyable, leisurely lunch we rode back toward Sunset Isle dropping off Karen and Krash at their rental home along the way with the talk of future adventures still hanging in the air. We really enjoyed our time with Karen and Krash just "making it up as we went".
As we stood out on the end of the dock sampling exquisite craft beer, and reveling in the serendipity of the day we had our collective breath taken away by this sunset. Thank you Maria for getting my attention at just the right moment to capture this.
When this day began we had no plans, other than the tasting party scheduled for 5ish.....and had no expectation of how any of it would turn out, but enjoyed every single moment as one after another unfolded before our eyes.....like turning the page of a book to reveal what was not known before. Without other like minded people to share these moments, they would have been less memorable.
Can it get any better? I am not sure, but that is another chapter of serendipity yet to be read.
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