After the quilt show we went downtown to a wonderful restaurant called Maple Counter Café. Mercy, talk about good food and a LOT of food. CR and I are going back to eat there. They serve Breakfast and Lunch (breakfast all day), they're closed on Monday and are only open till 3pm. I was stuffed but my tummy was happy when we were done.
After that we visited the local quilt shop called Stash - fantastic quilt shop, I've already sent an email to my friend Kelly about it telling her we need to do a road trip. I know she'd like it as much as I did, and I think we'll have to do lunch as well when we do get to our road trip. Maybe Candace will join us.
On the way home we decided to stop at the L'Ecole No. 41 (pronounced La Coal) located in the old Frenchtown School House. L'Ecole means "the school" in French. The building has always intrigued me and so since we'd never tried their wines, we thought it would be fun to stop and try a couple. We got some Semillon and some Merlot. Both exceptional wines. I did remember to take my camera out and get a picture of the building - the inside is gorgeous too.
Tomorrow after breakfast out, farmers market and grocery shopping I plan to finish the cat hammocks, work on a special little something to put with the hammocks and send to the Aunties and then get to business and start quilting and having fun with Aunt Bea the Babylock.
So what are your weekend plans?
Happy Stitches and Hugs,