After returning home from Pensacola, we received a call from friends camping at a nearby state park. They invited us out for breakfast so what could we say. It took us most of an hour to get ready and out to the park. We arrived to sausage and eggs on the griddle.
There were young folks, and some not so young.
Critters to tease with a piece of toast, and music.
After dining on eggs, bacon, sausage, grits, biscuits, fruit, and other fine southern cuisine, it was time for the music to begin. We had a guitar player and a hammered dulcimer player.
Between the two, we were entertained for an hour or so. They played and sang country, gospel, and old mountain music.
They even inspired an old dog to try and learn a few new tricks. I think he’ll be joining the jam session next time.
Good friends getting together at a moments notice and having a great time. We find joy and laughter in ourselves and each other, and that’s what life should be about.