A (very) short walk around Garrison’s Landing – Beer

I came across this table outside a fancy books, maps and print store called Antipodean. On it stood three cans of Coors (which I’m not so fond of) and four bottles of Newcastle Brown Ale (probably my favorite beer). I have no idea what they were doing there. It was a hot day and I was sorely tempted, but I managed to resist.

Taken with a Panasonic Lumix GF1 and G vario 14-42 asph f3.5-5.6.

A craving for barbecue

It was the last day of the July 4 Holiday. It was still hot, but not as humid as it had been We were sitting in our garden enjoying the view (above) when our neighbors started to barbecue. It smelled so good that we decided we had to have some. While we have a barbecue grill we haven’t used it this year and we didn’t have any supplies. So we decided to go out to a nearby BBQ place and pick some up.

Round Up Texas BBQ. It was very good too. Note the sign for ‘Lone Star Beer’

Another view of Round Up Texas BBQ. Some kind of food preparation going on inside.

I felt like a drink while I was waiting for my wife to come out with the food. Unfortunately, she came out just as I got it so I had to take it home. So now ‘It’s Miller Time”, or at least ‘Lone Star Beer” time for me.

Taken with a Sony RX-100 M3.