It is getting to the sad, frustrating part of The Blair Witch Project, our Saturday night viewing choice, and I get on the laptop to make this week’s Scattered Saturday post. But first, I just have to say, why didn’t they follow the stream? They SAY they are going to follow the stream! When you are lost in the woods, follow the damn stream!
There, got that out of my system. On to the blog post.
I had a headache when I woke up, which seems to be a Saturday routine these days. Never mind. I went for a run anyways. I have my eye on the Reindeer Run 5K in Little Falls in December. I think I’ll be fine. It was colder today than it has been, but it was not too uncomfortable, except for when the wind blew. I must start running with a scarf I can use to cover my face.
Soon I was ready to embark on our Mohawk Valley adventures for the day. Earlier this week, I had suggested that when Steven was reading Mohawk Valley Living magazine, he peruse the ads for something I might write about for next month’s issue. He suggested Fort Plain Antiques and Salvage. It sounded perfect! I love antique places. Additionally, I had never been to Fort Plain. This would be great!
Yesterday the weather was frightful, but today was bright and sunny. I did not mind the cooler temperatures. It was a lovely drive along 5S to Fort Plain, and we soon found the antique place. While we were there, we mentioned we might look for a good place for lunch. The lady there suggested Highwheeler Coffee and directed our attention to a display of fliers for area attractions. I picked up the one for Highwheeler Coffee as well as a few other places I may explore in the future.
We enjoyed a nice snack at Highwheeler, and noticed a couple of other places we’d like to explore on future trips to Fort Plain. I’ll write more about Fort Plain Antiques and Salvage and Highwheeler Coffee soon. In the meantime, it is Saturday night, and I have movie watching and knitting to do. I hope you are all having a lovely weekend so far.