Enjoying the fruits of someone elses labor!

Pete is off enjoying the Annual Lowes AutoFair at Lowes Motor Speedway, Charlotte, NC with the Yellow Mustang Registry.  He’ll be home soon, so I have just enough time to do a quick post.  I’m sure when he get’s settled he will post some photos on our online photo album.

I’ve been busy while Pete’s been out gallivanting around the South East.  Yesterday I had quite a few errands to run in the big city of Canton and enjoyed a Chinese lunch while out and about.  Returning back to Ball Ground, I couldn’t help but noticed all of the commotion going on downtown.  I wasn’t sure what was going on, but soon discovered that the Ball Ground Grill was hosting an open house complete with live music, children’s activities, and a cooking demonstration in the park.  As soon as I put away a few things, I grabbed Bolo and we began walking the .7 miles into town.

We made it nearly to the park, when we ran into one of our neighbors tending his garden.  This was our neighbors first time meeting Bolo, and he was quite impressed with Bolo’s skills.  Our neighbor had way too many tomatoes than he can use, so he was kind enough to make a sack full of tomatoes for me to pick up on our way back.  I’ve been enjoying those tomatoes and jalapenos all weekend!


We made it to the town park just in time to hear the bands acoustic set.  They were playing blues/Cajun music.  I enjoyed it very much.  In between songs, the “cooking demonstration” was ongoing adding one or two ingredients to a pot making some fantastic chili.  Bolo got restless so we walked along the newly remodeled streetscape of downtown Ball Ground.  I need to bring the camera down there to take pictures.  We hung out for a while in front of the Ball Ground Grill with another lady and her dog.  The restaurant was kind enough to provide water for the thirsty puppies.  Soon it was time to head back home.  We stopped back in the park to listen to a few more songs.  Back at our neighbors garden, he was gone but there was a sack of yummy heirloom tomatoes as promised.    Dinner & lunch the following day featured those tomatoes.  Yum!

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