Last week Skip and I met our friends, David and Susan in Rochester, NY to attend the Wegmans LPGA Championship. Wouldn't you know, we hit the 'half price bottle of wine' night at Romano's Macaroni Grill. Interestingly, even though we were unable to finish the 1.5L bottle of house Chianti, we were permitted to take it with us as long as it was sealed in a bag with the bill.
Because of the predicted bad weather on Thursday and Friday, we went to the more casual ProAm on Wednesday where we were able to use our cameras freely.
I had lots of opportunity to work on the second Escher sock.
It was an overcast day and relatively cool, which was great.
The grounds were beautifully kept and the peonies were in full bloom.
We then drove to our favourite area of Buffalo/Williamsville and shopped 'til we dropped.
This summer we probably won't be venturing too far other than day trips here or there or adventures into The Big City. As much as we love to escape the winter cold, we really do like being home in the summer. I have lots of crafty projects to work on, the usual activities and of course, there's always stuff to do on the house.
I did a little bit of work on Spike last night while Skip, Scooter and I hung out together and yakked.
On the way home yesterday, I finished turning the heel on my second Escher sock and am now working on the gusset decreases. The Rowan Fine Art sock yarn looks like it will be quite fuzzy and will probably pill a lot, but it is really nice to work with.