Tonight Mike and I decided to go to the beach in Frankfort and see the waves and kite boarders.
…and then we decided to visit a few of our favorite watering holes.
So we went to the Stormcloud Brewing Company first, then to Dinghy’s and on our way back to the car,
we stopped in at Coho. And that is where the fun started. As we walked in, Jess, the bar tender, said
“There is Iris!”
and the group that was occupying the bar area went nuts.
“Ummmmm, thanks for the warm welcome, peeps but what’s going on?”
Come to find out that they, from New England, had read my review of the Coho on
Four Square and went to see if it was what I said it was.
We had fun!
Small world indeed
Now you see it
With Glenn as my “model”
And now you see something much nicer
with Douglas David the artist who first made an oil painting of the cottages a couple of years ago and then had the grand idea of turning this fabulous painting into a new roadside sign for us.
And let me tell you, this is saying it all:
and we are not the norm
Douglas’ paintings are sold at Betsie Bay Furniture, at the Garden Theater in downtown Frankfort, at McBeth in Onekama, as well as online at his website.
I was meeting a friend in town tonight. At the Stormcloud Brewing Company to be exact. We drank WINE, hehe.
The place was packed and so was the town.
I love the Bookstore. It is always open late and Mike and I go in there every time we are in town for dinner
I cannot not show off these beautiful little jewel boxes. This year most of the flowers came from Crystal Gardens…
# 7 a.k.a The Meadowlark with a rock-e-fied angel given to me by John and Gail W. who are residing there for the next 2 weeks.
# 9 a.k.a. The Heron with it’s mossy flower box
# 8 a.k.a. The Sandpiper which was the stepchild this year. All the “leftovers” went into it but the 2 bunnies seem to be enjoying themselves 😉
Good night Lobelias, Zinnias, Impatiens’, Carnations, Nasturtiums, Pansies, et al 🙂