First a moment of silence to remember the lives lost 20 years ago on 9/11. It was a horrible time in our (not just in the US but much of the world's) contemporary history.
No boating for my husband and I this weekend, as there is an airshow near where we boat, and lots of people will undoubtedly decide to launch and watch the airshow from the water. We've done it before, and it is fun, but since we've done it, we don't need to fight the crowds on the water and at the boat ramp again.
I am meeting a friend I haven't seen in 19 months because of covid for lunch today. She and I always get a summer lobster roll ( or at least we did until last summer), so this might be the last lobster roll until next year. It is going to be a nice day, so the plan is to eat outside. It won't be from Pop's though as they closed last weekend until 2022, but that's OK. (I never did make it back there as I hoped, but that is also OK.) I am actually more excited to catch up with my friend even if we didn't do a lobster lunch.
Since it is Saturday, rather than some art, let me show you more of Berkshire Botanical Gardens back from late July. Google decided to invert the order of many of these photos, so you'll have to walk backwards. Smile.
I'll warn you, there's a lot of photos today. Smile again.
It is nice to see these pretty gardens though since most of my gardens are looking pretty tired right now.