It started with Popovers for brunch.
I got to pick where we'd have "birthday dinner" before some folks had to go back to work early Monday. I'd heard about this place from so many, including an episode of "Man vs Food" where Adam said "best Meatloaf and Pie ever!" Gray Brothers Cafeteria. It's not your typical cafeteria. It's done up like a old world restaurant with lots of dark wood, stained glass and fireplaces. The food? Amish Buffet meets Southern Home cooking.
Afterwards, there was a gander at some old cars
Hand knitted Cammo slippers from a trap shooting gal friend I cross paths with professionally.
First, a round of SEQUESTRATION BATTLESHIP!
*#^&! Well THAT was a short game.
Tam: "Are those taildraggers on there?"
Evening was a few adult beverages and some of our favorite Law Enforcement and Forensic shows ("That's NOT the inferior nasal conchae!) before heading off to sleep in my new slippers.
Then it was off to explore Woodcraft. It's a little off the beaten path, but oh so much fun with a friendly, knowledgeable staff and lots of unique supplies. Just the shop equipment alone was worth it.
See, I told you there would be planes involved.
I ATE !
Thank you everyone for all your well wishes and for my friends, for being there through so many years and adventures.