Friday, July 20, 2012

Night Farmers Market

Every third Friday night the Farmer's Market has live music, food trucks and is open to the public...
Thanks Casia for going with me to check it out!

 We found some interesting pieces on the flea market side but decided not to make any rash decisions even though it was inticing.
Found some great produce...

Outside with the live band were six food trucks of all different cuisines... take your pick
Next time we will do a food truck rampage!

Red Caboose Park

Every Friday there is live music at the Red Caboose Park in Bellevue...

In the park there is a old log cabin and of course a caboose...

It also has a wooden playground for kids and there were definitely a lot of kids there so since we didn't have one we decided it best to leave... don't want any parents to get the wrong idea.

Thursday, July 12, 2012

Feng Birthday

July 12th
The Birthday of none other than Grace Feng!

We met at South Street for a drink in the tree house... the open air felt nice while we were catching up.

Then on the the main event at Kayne Prime
(or Kayne West as some with bad phonics like to call it)

                  Surprised(embarassed) with three 2-ft sunflowers that we sat at the table

Food was good: Canoes of Beef and Tuna to start then we jumped into the main course. You aren't taking advantage of a steakhouse unless you get the Wagyu Filet and Wood Fired Whole Lobster with cream corned brulee and creamed spinach. Since it was her birthday they even brought out a Milk Chocolate Cremoso.
Party Favors that I am sure our fellows diners found amusing... mustaches!
Gifting time! Thanks Jason for the wine and game, but Paige saved it with the princess bag. We thought she needed to make waffles while doing some yoga, those definitely relate.
Time to depart, but not before a great photo opt... and even though we didn't eat the asian cake I am sure it didn't go to waste.

Sunday, July 8, 2012

Closer to the Equator

San Salvador, Bahamas
Size 5X12 miles; Population almost 1,000

The purpose of this vacation was to go below sea level for seven days straight... and that is exactly what we did. This place was meant for scuba diving and there is nothing else to do there.
 We stayed at Riding Rock Inn and Marina which is right on the water and a five minute walk from the dock. It is family owned and they are always there willing to answer questions or get anything you need. Every meal is included with your stay (the conch chowder is amazing) and they even had a cookout for America's Independence Day.
The crime rate is zero so we actually left all of our equipment on the boat all week and everyone pretty much left their doors unlocked. It was very laid back.
While 40feet under the water we saw tons of fish of course; yellow tail snapper, groupers, jacks, angel fish, barracuda, blue tang, black durgon, trumpetfish, rock beaty, parrot fish and my favorites the lion fish and drum. We also sting rays and three kinds of shark.. not to brag but we saw a Hammerhead!
The airport is very small, one room actually and right when you walk off the plane you walk through it and onto the island. It is equiped with a phone booth and bar across the street. Since the plane was an hour late we had a little extra time to takes some pictures

Coincidence but I matched their flag!

Last walk along the beach...

Saturday, June 23, 2012

Nashville Parks

It was such a nice day we decided to take the puppy to the park...
it turned into a forced photo shoot.

Bicentennial Mall

Then that night we went to hear Big Band Music...

Centennial Park

Detour by The Parthenon

Then I made her hold it...