We stopped at the postoffice and spotted a road we hadn't been down yet. Of course,
we had to explore. At the end of it were some marinas for large boats and one for smaller fishing boats. I liked this one.
Can you see its name? The GROUPER SNOOPER looks like it's been around for awhile.
On the beach we saw the first Atlantic ghost crab since fall, a good sized one, about as big as a man's fist.
We have had a few lovely warm and sunny days to entice him out of his burrow four feet under the sand, but he was cold and moving very slowly.
If he had been warmer he wouldn't have stood still for photos!
This was a new burrow he had just started to dig.
The eyes swivel to give him 360 degrees of vision!
Herb's Barbecue is a good place for a Saturday lunch. He is only open for a few hours on Fridays and Saturdays so don't get a hankering for Herb's barbecue any other time of the week. We aren't adventurous enough to try his specials (except collard greens, I LOVE collard greens). Anyone for smoked pigtails and neck bones with lima beans? We stick to the basic pork barbecue with Herb's sauce and you can't beat it!
There are only two little tables and no one can get in the door to the counter if they are in use so everyone pretty much takes their plates home to eat.
I just took The Writer's Valentine present out of the oven. Rhubarb pie, his favorite. My sister gave me the rhubarb and I've had it hidden away in the freezer for just such an occasion. (We can't get rhubarb Down South.)
Here's the link to "Come Saturday Morning". What's cookin' on your Saturday?