Pictures from the week.
Roasted potatoes and beets in Philadelphia.
Second most popular food in the city after the cheesesteak.
Class of 91 rules.
Chop 'em down.
My wife saw this at the local hospital. It turns out that it was a station that the night watchman had to check in when he was making his rounds. Here is a photo of the Lathem Watchman Clock:
That's the great thing about L and I-
You learn to love and you love to learn.
We purchased a mini personal watermelon, but they changed the name the next day.
A conspiracy is afoot.
We were treated to the first grilling of the year by friends in Wilmington. Check out this sign.
It hangs in their living room and was made by A's grandmother and was on display for years in front of her garden stand.
Pendant lamp from their home.
Easter egg radishes.
My son actually sat through an entire baseball game!
(Of course, fireworks, funnel cake, popcorn served in a batting helmet, a guy and mannequins dressed up as the Village People, a stalk of celery walking around, Superman, flying baseball bats, and a werewolf does tend to keep one interested).
So begins the garden.
It will not be the same without you.
I leave you with the Amazing Christopher and his four friends.
See you next week.