Our Saturday morning equation is breakfast out and a farmers market. Some mornings it is breakfast first and then shopping and other times it is reversed. The order does not matter, it is getting both accomplished that we look forward to.
Being in an area for one maybe two Saturday’s at most does not give us time to search out those out of the way hole in the walls places. So we rely on friends to steer us in the best direction. Continue reading →
Saturdays usually mean shopping at a farmers market and breakfast out. This has become a tradition of ours no matter where we may be located. This Saturday we were in Breaux Bridge, LA and knew the Lafayette markets well, having shopped them many times. There are three farmers markets in Lafayette which is interesting for a city of its size and the markets are close together. Continue reading →
Crisp fall morning, sun shining, blue sky, and the smell of salt air. What better way to start the day?
We are not ones for eating out often, except when it comes to breakfast. For us, there is enjoyment going out early, having a cup of coffee and a good hot breakfast at a local establishment. As the Alabama Gulf Coast grows and prospers there are numerous restaurants available for breakfast – not all local.
This morning we were venturing down the Ft. Morgan Highway almost to the end in search of Sassy Bass Amazin’ Grill. It is not one of those fancy places with flashing signs and a big presence. No you could pass it if not paying attention. The restaurant is part of a complex including a market, liquor store, gift shop, pizza/deli, and grill.Continue reading →
Elberta, AL’s claim to fame is their German heritage and their Sausage Festival. In this town of less than 2,000 residents their twice yearly Sausage Festival draws an estimated 30,000 visitors to each fest with about 7,000 pounds of German sausage being sold. Continue reading →
Typical of family gatherings, there is usually too much food and the wedding festivities were no disappointment. After a week of one meal after the other, we laid off for a day and then just had to push the envelope. Breakfast is our favorite meal to eat out — we enjoy sitting with a cup of coffee and discussing the goings on and our plans for the next few days.
Baton Rouge, LA. – What happens when a food truck finds a home? The “streets” loose. Yet the door is opened to a new customer base enjoying climate controlled seating. Such is the case with GoYaYa’s, the latest food truck to settle down. GoYaYa’s found a home at the Main Street Market in downtown Baton Rouge, La. Continue reading →
Tickfaw State Park — Birds chirping, wind rustling in the trees, and a beautiful blue sky, what more could you want for relaxation. That is what we experienced and more at Tickfaw State Park in Springfield, LA. Our time spent at the park was very relaxing and that is exactly what we needed.