|Two beauties: The J-611 steam engine and Margie.|
|Beautiful cock's comb.|
Margie can't go to the Market without a visit to the Candy Store, where some of the most fascinating candies available are at home. I was especially enamored of the Colon Blow high fiber cereal. Not that I need its' medicinal effects. The flowers on the Market were unusually lovely--vivid colors--and even the bagels at On the Rise Bakery were especially aeromatic today.
Nice trip. Here is some of what it looked like.
|Margie at the Cajun restaurant where we at lunch, The Quarter.|
|This photo, taken today, could have been taken in 1948.|
|Margie took home some of the candy from the Candy Store on her cell phone.|
|Margie and Pampa at The Quarter for lunch (small portions).|
|The classic bar at The Quarter.|
|I asked this lady if she was really a woman before allowing her to enter Mill Mountain Theatre's bathroom.|
|Market eggs look like this: healthy and tasty.|
|The J-611 through a C&W RR emblem.|
|This needs no explanation.|
|Market flowers were spectacular this morning.|
|And to top it all off, I had a good hair day.|