with a view like this – not a cloud in the sky, low 80’s and no humidity. But – gotta work to play, right?

Ronnie and I decided to run out for some donuts this morning –

These are the best donuts! You basically pick your glaze and topping which goes on a ‘cake like’ donut. Some of or choices were “OC Sand”, Chocolate Cherry Chip, Carnival, Blue Hill, Trail Mix, Banana Nut Bread….I think you get the point –We had to wait about 20 minutes or so because each donut is made to order. Another unique thing about this place is they don’t take your name, they give you a card – our’s was the King of Spades – pretty cool, huh?

By the time we got back all the kids were up and they loved the donuts, too. We cleaned the house and the boat, packed and still were able to catch some rays before we headed out.
When we were down for two weeks the kids wanted to eat at Big Peckers but the line was always longer than we wanted to wait so we decided we would stop on our way out. Of course, we weren’t disappointed – great food and everyone was happy! (Chase just tries to look mean, lol)
Once we got on Route 90 we caught the tail end of a traffic alert – uh oh, a 20 mile back-up. Nope, not us – so Plan B – Salisbury Zoo (but not before stopping at the mall for a few minutes, lol). But…..the zoo was closed sos plan C? Let’s go see where Ronnie played Little League – He took the pitcher’s mound – Cierra took 3rd base – Chase of course, wanted to catch!Then they gathered at the “home” dugout we all love it when he takes us to places from his childhood, like Coleman Avenue (sigh), lol!
A stop at the produce market then we hit the road again hearing there’s only a 2 – 4 mile back-up. Seven hours later, we were home.
So – cheers to a wonderful weekend….
And here’s something to look forward to (we’re hoping to go back in 2 weeks)….aaaahhhhh