It’s still drying in the pic. Last year, you all know we got the driveway redone and I have professed my love of it multiple times. The driveway had to cure for a season and then we were to seal it, so that was the project. We had to get a stretch of weather where it was warm enough and dry enough to do this. So, that meant today. I’ll have to make up work hours this weekend, but at least the driveway won’t need sealing for many years (hopefully 10 according to the sealant we bought). Now the driveway itself was installed by pros, but John and I did the sealing. We both got a little cranky pants doing it as well
It was a good night to go out to dinner. Yet again, I won the football picks last week, pretty handily, I might add. So, it was my choice tonight. We headed out to Glens Falls and stopped here:
This is a casual tavern with pizza and wings and really good soup. Not sure how that combo came about, but I am glad.
We each started with lobster bisque:
It has a lobster and garlic infused olive oil drizzle on there. I wish they served the soup in a smaller bowl. It’s so silly to have small amounts of food in giant bowls/plates. Anyway, the soup was really yummy!
Then the pizza arrived. It’s cooked in a wood-fired oven. We got the quatro fromaggio:
After dinner, we walked downtown. This weekend is the hot air balloon festival and they have a kickoff night in Glens Falls and celebrate with a car show. Makes sense, right?
The model railroad club also opened up their workshop to the public, which is always fun.
These just make me smile. I love the trains.
Someone has a sense of humor because by the little Dunkin Donuts building were all the cops.
One thing I would love to have if I had more space is a train garden. I want to have tracks running through a garden. That would be so much fun. John would do the train installation and I would do the garden part. Maybe in our next house.