Last week I met “in the middle” with a client, which meant I found myself in tiny Nolensville, Tennessee. This one was made easier because sometime in the last year or so Veterans Parkway was completed, which means if I’m headed west, I can get to the interstate (I-840, which will cross I-65 and eventually hit I-40) without ever going into town.
I always enjoy a new drive, and this one, in particular, had some items of interest that caught my eye. So I took Gerry back a few days later.
We bought a pair of Amish-made Adirondack chairs at Smucker Farms (delivered later). They’re made out of “poly”—recycled material (including some wood) that will last for decades, we’re told.
And then we stopped at Fast’s Nursery in Arrington because I couldn’t resist the vast array of pumpkins.
Just look at these things! A vast array indeed!
Yes, I bought a couple pumpkins. Who could resist?
The days are cooler, and the nights are definitely cooler. We’re heading into autumn, y’all.