Freg ordered the ‘Dos Amigos’ from Dos Amigos. Beef with cheese and ranchero sauce, guacamole salad, rice and beans sided this meal. Freg also received some four tortillas to put some tacos together.
Ant checking out the tanks in the back room at Brevard Brewery. This is were the ‘magic’ happens and all the delicious beer you get to enjoy is made.
Thomas displays his very nice and sharp kitchen knife. Thomas used this to carve our wonderfully grilled flank steak.
The metal fence outside of the Dizzy Gillespie Home Site Park. The notes along the fence are from the actual song “Salt Peanuts”.
A unique metal sculpture depicting the bent horn Dizzy Gillespie was famous for playing, located at the Dizzy Gillespie Home Site Park.
The entrance to the Dizzy Gillespie Home Site Park. Dizzy was famous for his bulging cheeks and bent horn.
Carolyn ordered the traditional Shepherd’s Pie from Molly MacPherson’s. The dish was a warm hearty meal that filled you up. Great flavors and came with a side roll and honey butter. It was so good Carolyn actually finished her plate before the boys, a rarity.
Carolyn went the lighter route, sort of, tonight by ordering a salad at Austin’s Cattle Co. Don’t worry there’s steak on it, rare and homemade ranch dressing on the side.
Terrapin Brewing Company is installing six new tanks, gearing up for expansion. Due to the expansion we were unable to take the walk through tour, however the tasting was still worth the visit.
The vault where the secret formula of Coca-Cola is apparently hidden and kept safe. The recipe to Classic Coke is one of the most sought after business secrets of all time.
The Gay Street Bridge reflects at dusk in the Tennessee River. A wonderful spring evening brings about outside eating; this picture was taken from the deck at Calhoun’s on the River.
Half of what was a whole Italiano sandwich from a great sandwich joint called Steamboat, located in Market Square. Craig was hungry and ate the whole delicious monster of a sandwich.
As Ant and I crossed a pedestrian bridge over the Cumberland River in Nashville, TN, I found the overhead supports interesting. Lots of cool lines!
This tin man standing tall near Demopolis, AL has acquired his long-desired heart
This tin man stands tall on a farm near Demopolis, AL along with many other obscure and very interesting art pieces. This fellow was around 20 ft. tall.
They just want to spin again. At least the spiders have found a use for them.
Anchor monument in Pompano park
Cool little elephant we saw while walking down Las Olas.