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Salads, Spoonbills, & Sunset Scenes August 11, 2015

Posted by nrhatch in Food & Drink, Humor.
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For our 31st Anniversary, we went to Village Idiot Pizzeria.  A sign on the door said, “Closed.  On vacation for the month of June.”

They are NO idiots!

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We came up with Plan B . . . dinner at the Bridge Tender Inn on Bridge Street.

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Only the salads (and our waitress) turned out to be vegetarian friendly.

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While waiting for our salads to arrive, we watched the locals.

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As they spooned up muddy waters.

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For a soothing sushi dinner.

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While watching out for ankle biters!

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After dinner, we walked down the beach to check out the groin project.

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Looking it over . . . up and down . . . top to bottom.

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We walked back to Bridge Street and watched the sun set.

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Enjoying coastal colors and cheerful company.

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Before retrieving the car, we turned around for a final peek.

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Aah . . . that’s better!

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1. Silver in the Barn - August 11, 2015

Closed for the month of June. Now that’s heaven.

nrhatch - August 11, 2015

When we stopped back in July, they said they’d spent June in Maine . . . not too shabby.

2. Jill Weatherholt - August 11, 2015

Happy Anniversary, Nancy! Nice job capturing a perfect sunset…beautiful!

nrhatch - August 11, 2015

Thanks, Jill. As anniversaries go, #31 was low key but sunny.

3. Pix Under the Oaks - August 11, 2015

Now that’s the way to spend an anniversary… on the beach! Happy Anniversary you two! Wonderful pictures, Nancy! Good Morning!

nrhatch - August 11, 2015

Thanks, Pix! In the summer, we enjoy morning and evening beach walks ~ we stay inside during the heat of the day. 😎

4. Rainee - August 11, 2015

Lovely photos and it looks like you had a relaxing anniversary – congratulations 🙂

nrhatch - August 11, 2015

Thanks, Rainee! Life is all about be willing to move to Plan B when Plan A doesn’t pan out.

5. anotherday2paradise - August 11, 2015

Happy 31st and many more, to you and hubby. How lovely to share your anniversary with spoonies and a gorgeous sunset over the ocean……not so much the ankle biters though. 🙂

nrhatch - August 11, 2015

Thanks, Sylvia. The spoonbill was a nice surprise as we waited for our salads to arrive ~ and we didn’t see a single ankle biter!

anotherday2paradise - August 11, 2015

Two nice bits of luck. 🙂

6. NancyTex - August 11, 2015

Happy Anniversary,NH! I hope they had some yummy dessert following that salad!

nrhatch - August 11, 2015

We spied a yummy dessert on the menu. We ordered it . . . too late! Someone else got the last slice of chocolate Kahlua pie.

NancyTex - August 11, 2015

DOH!

nrhatch - August 11, 2015

Exactly!

7. Val Boyko - August 11, 2015

Plan B was not too shabby. Nature provided the perfect ending.
Happy Anniversary you two!
xo

nrhatch - August 11, 2015

Thanks, Val! Even after missing out on the Kahlua pie, we enjoyed the sweet finish to our day.

8. Carol Ferenc - August 11, 2015

I’d take Plan B near the ocean any day. Happy anniversary!

nrhatch - August 11, 2015

Thanks! Plan B worked out quite well.

9. tlryder - August 11, 2015

Happy anniversary! I used to frequent a little Thai restaurant that closed every July. They could have bought a bigger building and expanded their business, but they liked being able to go visit relatives in Thailand for a month every summer, so they stayed with the small, paid-off building. I really admired their dedication to balancing business and family life.

nrhatch - August 11, 2015

Finding that balance is hard to do . . . but it’s worth it!

10. Patricia - August 11, 2015

Sounds and looks like a wonderful anniverary date. Congratulations and happy days ahead.

nrhatch - August 11, 2015

Thanks! Here’s to living happily ever after . . . on a moment by moment basis.

11. diannegray - August 11, 2015

Happy Anniversary for June, Nancy – what a relaxing way to spend it. I wish I could have taken the entire month of June off. These people sure know where their priorities lie 😀

nrhatch - August 11, 2015

That’s what I thought. Sounds like they enjoyed some cooler temps in Maine.

12. Debra - August 12, 2015

Every anniversary, even low-key, is special. I like the way you spent this one, to be sure. And those sunsets on the beach are simply magical. I love the Spoonbills, too. I think you may have described a perfect day! 🙂

nrhatch - August 12, 2015

Thanks, Debra! We’ve enjoyed a few “over the top” anniversary celebrations, but far more “low key” ones.

13. Barb - August 12, 2015

Happy Anniversary Nancy, and a nice, relaxing way to spend it. Love that sunset.

nrhatch - August 12, 2015

Thanks, Barb! Sunrises and sunsets bookend our days, marking the passage of time.

14. Tiny - August 12, 2015

Congrats on your anniversary! Looks like it was a wonderful one, complete with a fabulous sunset!

nrhatch - August 13, 2015

Thanks, Tiny! When things didn’t pan out with Plan A, we went with the flow and allowed Plan B to unfold . . . in technicolor.

15. livelytwist - August 17, 2015

Happy anniversary! They must really cherish their vacation time at the Village Idiot Pizzeria or not have enough staff to run the place.

nrhatch - August 17, 2015

Thanks, Timi. Here’s to living happily ever after . . . on a moment by moment basis.

The tourist trade in Florida slows down enough each summer to allow restaurants to press *PAUSE* and take a breather.


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