Ok, so off we went, two cohorts in crime. Well, more adventure than crime…giggles. We shuffled off to Buffalo to get a great coffee and a new read straight from The Horse’s Mouth. Ask for Kaitlin. Coffee or tea, hot or cold, she’s got it covered. A few doors down we ended our search for the perfect tank at Heart and Home. Success! Sorry guys, girls only. Unless you’re hunting the perfect tank too. In which case, enjoy! Across the street the trains run fast and often enough to remind you that you’re in small town America. On our way back to Noonday we stopped off in Palestine where we found ourselves the tallest meringue in East Texas atop the finest chocolate pie west of the Mississippi. If you’re looking for pie, check out The Oxbow bakery. By the slice or by the pie. Scrumdillyumptious! I highly recommend the sinful blueberry banana, one friend, one slice, two forks. Sweet! We spotted the S.S. Minnow shipwrecked on the side of the road. No fooling. There she was just hanging around with no signs of Gilligan or the Skipper anywhere. Perhaps they were just up the road a piece checking out the Dulcimer Festival. I swanee if we had more time we would have stopped there as well. I’m not sure I’ve ever seen a Dulcimer much less a Dulcimer festival. It rained like the dickens all day but that didn’t stop us from having a swell time. Til we meet again, Happy Trails!