This weekend was fairly low key. We mostly hung by the house working to scratch more things off that ever growing list of things to do. We tended to the yard and washed the windows. I cleaned house, did laundry and stocked up on groceries, while Frank took three of our cars to be washed and waxed.
We got out Friday night for dinner at the Yard House. They were out of Kronenbourg. Boo. I ended up trying North Coast Scrimshaw. All fall and winter I loved ordering angel hair pasta, but the last two times I ordered it, it wasn't very good. I think I'll hold off until eggplant is back in season.
Saturday night we set out for a cruise. I love nights in the summertime. We had a good taste of summer this weekend, hopefully the warmth stays put. The winds keep chasing it away. Anyhow, we drove out to the Hoover Dam. Unfortunately, you can only walk the bridge dawn to dusk. We were still able to drive over the dam and park on the Arizona side. The quiet was deafening. It was eerie to be out there, I'm so used to it bustling at all hours.
On the way back home, we stopped at Club Fortune. We didn't stay too long they took out the Rhino slot we liked so much and we opted to keep our losses at a minimum. We were craving a cool sweet treat. We thought we might check out Nielson's Frozen Custard, but they were closing at 11 o'clock and with only a couple minutes to spare, we'd never make it in time. Instead, we picked up a couple shakes from In-N-Out. The breeze whipped through our hair while we enjoyed our shakes, as we drove by the glimmery lights headed for home. It reminded me that summer is near. Oh! I've missed it so.