This shot represents the kind of traffic we get on a pretty day. Not overwhelming, but strong and steady. This is a good crowd. The little things the managers do, like putting out the tables and chairs really help; but I've told you that before.
When I learn better how to manipulate this-here blog, I'll get my photo's in the correct order. This was meant to be my first. You can sort of guess the caption I might have used.
Our early morning entertainment turned out to be a tiny finch. It had landed on Pat's, (and I'll think of her last name soon, the artist who makes some really clever furniture out of some really cleverly-used pieces of wood) passenger-side mirror and decided that it didn't like what it saw. It jumped off the top of the mirror, attacked its own image and went back up top. Over and over. If I hadn't tried to sneak around behind the truck to take a picture, which scared it away, probably because it saw me in the same mirror, I might have had a fun photo for you.
Tomorrow is an off-day. Tuesday is back to Gulfport; one of my favorite venues. There is a "je ne se quois" air about their geography.