Visiting the Muskegon Farmers Market, Dinner with Jackson

Slow day today. We got up a bit early, and several of us headed out to Musekgon to visit the Muskegon Farmers Market.

We hadn’t eaten much breakfast, opting instead to walk around and see if anything from any of the stalls caught our fancy.

We got some veggies (and some bacon). But anything breakfast related was for future breakfasts, and not for today.

A quick car ride later, we headed over to the Early Owl. We found out later that they had just opened, but we were… waiting there a long, long while.

We did get breakfast, but we spent a solid hour and a half for some pretty basic fare.

After our meal, we stopped across the street at a small Vintage shop.

There were a few bunny items, including this vase. I think it’s pretty evident that we did not walk out of the store without this guy.

Liz and Grace, checking out the wares.

A bit down the street, we stopped to gawk a bit at a mastadon.

Looking at the enticing entrance to the Muskegon Museum of History & Science. I couldn’t see us all going inside, but if I was alone… I could see popping in.

Fast forward a bit into the evening. Grace had an evening shift at her job, and Kirt/Anne had a prior dinner engagement. So Liz and Jackson and I went out for a dinner, just the three of us.

We chatted a bit about college, and all the various things that college applicants do to increase their chances when they apply.

Jackson’s been wanting cheesecake for a few days now, and when he ordered his dessert… Liz and I both caved, and joined in.

Jackson, who has remarkably strong opinions about cheesecake. I’m looking forward to the cheesecake-only Instagram account, where he will rate every cheesecake he can find over the course of the next decade or so.

// Edit: Much later in the evening, Kirt and Anne took us over to meet some neighbors. We joined several folks for a late nightcap, and got to meet some of the other area residents.

We had a lot of fun talking about travel and whisky, and Liz also nerded out a lot about statistics (several folks in the group had stats PhDs).

A quiet kind of night, that got very unexpectedly social, later on.

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