The Flour Box is new and it's located in historic Old Salem. They had part of one of the streets closed off which made parking an adventure but we managed to find a spot and we made it to the Flour Box.
I'm so glad we went. It was delicious! Here are a few pictures of our girl's out lunch!
|My beautiful mom and my beautiful daughter|
|My girl and me!|
|Sarah got the flat bread with pesto, tomatoes, red peppers and onions!|
|I got the croissant filled with melted brie, sliced green apples and fig preserves with a cucumber and tomato salad.|
|My mom got the turkey club with a side of potato salad.|
After lunch, Sarah and I headed back home for our next adventure. We were going to visit Peter at Boy Scout camp. Wednesday was Family Night and his troop does a big pot luck dinner and then the families stay and watch the camp fire and the Order of the Arrow tapping out ceremony.
I've never gone because Dan always heads up on Wednesday evenings after work and stays until camp is over on Saturday. However, on Monday evening, Peter called me and asked me to come. He was a little bit homesick (his friend Colton didn't go to camp this year and I think he was a little lonely). How can a momma say no to her baby? She can't.
So, Sarah and I headed up to Camp Raven Knob armed with enough Bojangles Chicken, biscuits, and fixins to feed Peter and quite a few of the other boys.
It takes a little over an hour to get there and Sarah was good company. We made it, found where we were supposed to be and waited for Peter and the rest of the scouts to meet us.
And y'all, I got the biggest hug ever when they finally came to the shelter.
|I love this man child.|
|Crossing a rope bridge. And yes, I crossed it, too.|
|I made Peter pose in front of this totem pole even though he didn't want to. He said it made him look like a first year scout.|
And Peter was very happy that we came. Dan made it just as the ceremony was beginning. Sarah and I got home at 11:00 PM and went straight to bed.
It was a long day but a good one. And I am very ready to have my boy home on Saturday!