Catching Up – September 17, 2019


Sunrise today. Sky is pretty cloudy now.

Catching up – been a while since I posted so I will go back a few days.


Sunrise yesterday, Monday Sept. 16th, 2019. Sky looked like it was on fire. Beauty.


Sunrise Sunday, Sept. 15th, 2019.  A bit on the foggy side.

Friday, Sept. 13th, 2019 we stepped out for a pint and dinner at The Burning Brothers tap room.

20190913_190205.jpgWe do this fairly often on Friday night. It is a gluten free facility and they brew a variety of Gluten Free Beers.






They have variety of food trucks serving gluten free items, so depending on the food truck showing up that evening we go and try new things to eat.

This last time it was Crazy Puppy food truck. They have the best gluten free onion rings I have ever had…however, breaded things in a gluten free world are just not something I have very often, nor are they normally offered, but they were great!




Okay – not very healthy, but I get to have something like this so rarely that it is very hard to resist. Chicken tenders came along with it, they were okay, but paled in comparison to the onion rings.

More scenes at Burning Brothers:


Place generally has a pretty good crowd on a Friday night.  A lot of game playing goes on there as well as just community chatting and enjoying a brew with some friends.  Crowd is pretty friendly.


The popcorn is always on the house, they pop it right there. You can also have your own personal mug.


Our furry friends are invited to join us and do quite often.  They are usually open to  some handouts, if allowed by their people.


This is a working brewery, and tables are available in the back – again lots of game playing – in areas where the staff are not currently working.  Occasionally we have gotten to watch them can their items, very interesting to watch them work.


Friday night there was a full moon, unusual because it was also Friday the 13th. A full moon on Friday the 13th is an extremely rare occurrence, according to the Farmers’ Almanac. It reports that this was the first full moon visible across the U.S. on Friday the 13th since Oct. 13, 2000. The next one isn’t expected to happen again for another 30 years—on Aug. 13, 2049.


The photo is taken out the car window on the way home.



Happy Tuesday!

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