Sunday, August 8, 2010

Hootin' and Hollerin'


What a wretched weekend! Friday night, headed up to Martinsville and found a few caches on the way; undertook a late-night walk through my old stomping grounds in the company of some bourbon and ginger ale; on Saturday morning, played guitar and sang with my friend Kim at the Martinsville Farmers' Market (which was nicely written up in the Martinsville Bulletin), followed by a first-rate lunch at El NorteƱo; placed three geocaches on the newest extension of the Martinsville "Dick & Willie" Rail Trail; went to an excellent wine tasting party at some good friends' place; and spent a fair amount of quality time with Mum and our friend Mary Clifton. Coming back to Greensboro today, found several new caches, including one that led us on a tour of Reidsville's extensive and quite old Greenview Cemetery.

Wait. Did I say "wretched" up yonder? Hmm. I might have goofed....

4 comments:

Elizabeth Massie said...

Sounds like a great time, Mark! And that's a really nice foe-toe!

Jack said...

The Kincaid decrees that you're having too much fun. Stop that! =]

Mark Rainey said...

Beth: It was a hoot. Hope to do it again sometime.

Jack: It was an accident!

Going with the flow said...

Thanks for the strumming and singing at the market. Joyce was very impressed. You're welcome to come hoot and holler at the farmer's market any Saturday.