We were at the Lakeview Lanes in Douglas, MI...
...a delightful, 8 lane bar and grill, and they'll serve you right at your table where you're bowling...
...so it was a Corona and nachos for me, an Oval Beach Blonde Ale and chicken salad for Karen...then it was game two. No score given on that disaster as whatever muscle memory I may have retained from a year ago apparently was washed away by the Corona. That's my story, and I'm sticking to it for this blog entry.
So that was Friday's day off...a pleasant visit to Saugatuck and Douglas, a stop at the Lakeview Lanes, then back to our backyard for some fun in the sun:
That night we had a fire in the chiminea and enjoyed a drink and good conversation by the pool:
Saturday I was up early to have my cup of coffee and relax in Serenity Cove:
Here's a panoramic shot of Serenity Cove:
Of course we enjoyed our time in the pool, and later in the evening we stopped by Gordman's and bought a display shelf I used to organize my (mostly) Ronson lighter collection:
Looks much better organized than thrown across the top of the art deco cabinet like they were before.
Special thanks to Bob Adams of www.ronsonrepair.com for fixing a 1920's Clark Lift Arm Lighter...he usually only deals with Ronson but he made an exception in this case and it works perfectly now. Thank you, Bob!
Saturday night we watched one of my favorite movies of all time:
Today has been pretty low key...beautiful, sunny weather but work looms once again and so I can't fully enjoy it as I deal with my automatic transition from time off to work mode as I do every Sunday.
Oh well; I'm thankful to be employed and able to live indoors and eat.
Tonight we enjoyed a fire in the chiminea:
Yes, we do live in the city, but sometimes it's hard to tell.
Later, mcm fans...