Labor Day Weekend is a big deal down here at Smith Mountain Lake.

The boat traffic is extreme! Even the automobile traffic is pretty intense, though I saw this notification about the traffic up in our old hometown and felt a little better.

Jim and I took the weekend to lay low. We went to a new spot for a beer on Saturday– a very well-regarded place out here that didn’t impress us much. It was jam packed with a lot of people who gave the impression of having been sipping on their boats all day. Even the ladies behind the bar were a little salty. So we left and moved on to Jake’s Place for dinner on the water.

If you zoom in to the treetops you can peep Mr. Heron.

On Sunday, we did yard work which isn’t exactly Fun-with-a-capital-F but pretty satisfying, nevertheless.

And this evening we popped into our favorite neighborhood spot, Napoli Cowboy, to have a beer with old bar friends Stu and Caroline, new bar friends Alan and Linda, and our favorite bartenders, Sharon and Ashley (they are the nicest people around, and even consistently laugh at Jim’s jokes).

Things are going to slow down here significantly in the coming weeks, and we feel like we appropriately sent off the official summer season.

This is my kind of salty.

2 thoughts on “Summer’s Last Hurrah (Part 1)

  1. Cheer up! SML CHT coming soon!

    On Mon, Sep 2, 2019 at 7:37 PM Old Dog Words and Code wrote:

    > Anne posted: “Labor Day Weekend is a big deal down here at Smith Mountain > Lake. The boat traffic is extreme! Even the automobile traffic is pretty > intense, though I saw this notification about the traffic up in our old > hometown and felt a little better. Jim and I t” >

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