Last night we had a dinner comprised of food that we grew ourselves plus a few ingredients. The salad was all from the garden - mixed lettuce, multi-colored carrots (the purple are my favorites), snowpeas and nasturtiums. We had a chard quiche with it. Chard was from our garden. The eggs, alas, were store bought as chickens seem to stay just on the horizon of being added to our household. The butter and milk were store bought as the idea of a cow in our downtown Lenoir neighborhood is a non-starter - unless there is some variety of pygmy dairy cow about the size of a German Shepherd that I am unaware of.
We had a great Father's Day brunch at The Bistro. Always fantastic food and the atmosphere to just sit back and relax and have a nice long meal with family. I decided to do something completely out of the ordinary and we headed down to Hickory to shoot a round of disc golf. Owen had a good time for a few holes and then left me to my own devices. While I wandered through the woods throwing frisbees, he went in search of ducks and frogs. All in all, it was a good day.
Please don't forget to come to the Mellow Monday ride tonight in honor of Joan. Wear (or attach to your bike) something pink to show your support!