This past evening, we got to go out to our favorite local place, The Hobnob. The evenings are getting cooler, but we sat at one of the new outside tables because of social distancing. We wore sweaters and jackets.
Auntie Bridgett and I went inside to see David, our favorite server, and order some drinks. Full of fun, stories and southern charm, David is one of those fellows who lights up the world.
As we enjoyed his conversation, I couldn’t help noticing his new ear art. When I mentioned them, he pulled them out and told us their story. A friend of his owns property in Camas, Washington, with large Carnelian deposits. David was able to chisel out a good sized piece and the use his lapidary skills to create these beautiful pieces.
See why we love him?
Besides hanging with David, we all enjoyed the sunset, passersby on 34th Avenue and glasses of wine.
When our evening out was over and we headed home, we realized that this was probably our last summer-ish evening out. Cold weather and even rain is predicted for this weekend, and Fall will start next week.
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Thanks a lot. I didn’t realize until reading your post that autumn is due to start Tuesday. I guess that’s a good thing but it does make me sad that summer is coming to an end and somehow all we got to experience where overheated days intermixed with downpours.
34th Avenue looks like a lovely stroll.