|The train depot|
Lunch at The Ramos House Cafe. Built in 1881, it opened as a cafe in 1994. Chef/Owner John Q. Humphreys preserved a majority of the original structure, added a commercial kitchen to the back of the house, and laid out the exterior patio seating area around a century old Mulberry tree.
I had the Basic Cured Salmon Lox with Toast Points & Baby Herbs. I usually take half of my restaurant meals home ... this was so good that I finished it all, right there. Pricey but delicious food.
I showed photos of flowers from the Butterfly Garden here, a day I was unable to capture a butterfly on camera. I had better luck today.
And if you like purple, you'll love this flower. I didn't make a note of what it is.
I'm loving my "freedom". As much as I love teaching and working with students, it is such a pleasure to "meander" through the day.