As nice as it would be to eat out everynight, we are budget travelers and have been fixing most of our own meals. A couple of breakfasts out and a couple of beach meals has been it. So off to the Comercial, the local super market. This is our second trip. We have figured it out, as we are here for 6 weeks, don’t buy the tiny size get the regular size so we don’t have to go as often. But while there we bought a crock pot, which I know I will enjoy. And the Senor learned how to work the pastry counter. You get a tray and tongs, pick out all that you want and take it to the pastry lady to bag and label with a price.
Then out to lunch at Mi Chyoto (spell?) as we wore ourselves out shopping and putting everything away. A quick trip to our favorite ice cream store for desert and a lazy siesta. Just amazing how the time flies!
Later, in the cool of the evening we headed out to Pacalo’s for the music. On previous trips we have always gone to listen to Steve and Ralph as we had discovered Steve was a long time Bremerton musician but this year it’s “the Steve, Allen Show” and the Senor has a message to deliver to Allen from a girl in Belfair. As it turns out Allen is a Belfair person also with a long history playing music on the Kitsap peninsula. Small world. The music was great, 50’s, 60’s, 70’s, the crowd is large, mostly grey, but ready to party.
Steve and Allen are joined from time to time with other musicians during the evening. A great saxophone, a harmonica and a banjo player. Just made the whole evening great. It’s so nice to go out for an evening in t-shirts and shorts and not have to bring a jacket or sweater. Signing off KO