Have I mentioned how much I love living here in BBay??? I like it way better over here than I thought I would when I was still in Washington and rented the house. It was the best decision ever, although the decision was made based upon dog-friendly housing availability.
These two businesses recently opened, side by side. Canal Creamery, an ice cream shop, and Jake's Pizza. While it was tempting to stop at both places, I opted to get a slice at Jake's because we're looking for a new pizza place since our old standbys are starting to suck.
I got a slice of cheese, which is the only kind of pizza I like. The crust is delicious. So crispy the way I like it! This is going to be our new go-to place for pizza!!!!! Not only that, Jake is a very personable guy, his grandmother was hanging out there with him and she was very nice, and the young lady who works for him was also very friendly. What more can you ask for?
Then I continued to hit up some more of my fave places. Loving that 60s or 70s era design on the 7up sign.
I love the center picture better than the frame. I wish I could paint because I'd love to do something like this.
Love the bunting. You don't see this out west at all. July 4th is a totally different holiday out there. It has way more meaning here because all of the Independence Day history took place here.
I could have stood...or sat....on this hill above the beach for the rest of the afternoon. The breeze was so refreshing and constant that the sun never felt too hot and uncomfortable.
I watched this guy launch his boat too.
But it was getting on to 2:40, and I'd left the house at 12:15, so I headed home to shower and kick back the rest of the day.
Banner plane on a banner day.
These were my humble purchases for the day. That's a 45 of Gilbert O'Sullivan's 'Get Down'. Some old jewelry I can use for parts, postcards, the pengie for Val and a bar of lavender soap made on Cape Cod.