But first things first, had to have a little morning pit stop at The Bread Peddler!
Ordered a fresh Pain au Levain ~ Heavenly ~ to take home for dinner! Along with a little cheese puff and a coffee for my travels. The place was bustling. And to prove what a small world it is, one of my mom’s friends from the other side of the state in Walla Walla ended up in line behind me at the counter. She and her family were grabbing a little bakery treat before doing some thrift store shopping.
With my coffee and treat in hand I headed out for a little local people watching. I found this beautiful bench in the shade to take it all in.
Tourists and locals, girls with red hair walking dogs with pink tails, packs of kids on a summer camp outing and dogs walking two-by-two. It seemed like everyone was out to enjoy the sunny summer weather before it get’s too hot this afternoon.
The centerpiece of downtown Olympia, our beautiful capital, was a site to see on this perfect summer day. Runners and walkers were cruising around Capital Lake today and a few vendors were taking stalk of the area in preparation for next weekends Lake Fair festivities.
And there is nothing that the kids love better than splashing around the fountain at Capital Lake.
Such a lovely way to spend the morning! More stories and pictures to come during my discovering home tour.