Hi everyone. Its another Tuesday, already. That means it is T Day. Time to share your drink related photos and stories over at Bleubeard and Elizabeth's blog.
So a couple of T Days ago I told you about my trip to the beach restaurant on a local lake when a big thunderstorm blew through and that was the end of our dinner out. You can check out or refresh your memory of the evening and my restaurant description here: T Stands for a Change of Plans.
So the past Sunday we decided to give it another try. We finally put the boat onto the lake and motored over.
It was a beautiful day, no chance of rain this time, but there was a lot of chop to the water and it was a rough ride over. Since Lake Winnipesaukee is also called The Big Lake, it took us close to 2 hours to motor over. (We can drive it by car in about 45 minutes).
In order to get a docking space for the boat at the public town docks, you have to go early. There are usually lots of restaurants and shops around the different town docks, and on a nice summer weekend day, lots of folks have the same idea.
And here's where we headed for lunch.
Since we needed to arrive early to dock the boat, we were one of the first to arrive at the restaurant.
Here's my daughter and myself. We both had water and were sharing the drink in the little orange bucket.
Here's the drink. I wanted to share with my husband, and we started with one, but then he wanted his own. It was way too much of a drink for me alone.
But I enjoyed it with my crab cake sandwich and homemade chips.
So the solar eclipse looks like it was amazing in many parts of the US. Here in New Hampshire it was cool but not really dramatic as we only had a 60% eclipse. I built a pinhole viewer out of a shoe box since I didn't have eclipse glasses and got see it using that. I did find out though that in 2024 we'll have a total eclipse here, and that's not really all that far off. I guess I will have to wait those 7 years to see it actually get dark. :)
That's all for me today. Hope everyone has a great T day and I really appreciate your stopping by my blog for a visit.