We left early this morning to fetch Rose home because she had been attending this camp all week. We stopped for a late lunch
and because the weather had taken a pleasantly comfortable turnabout we dined outside under the arbor.
During the springtime blue-violet pendent clusters of wisteria dot the cedar-stumped arbor, but these days the leafy verdancy creates shade and an aura of charm. This is one of my most favorite places to visit.
Then of course we popped into the bakery on our way out of town.
The discussions began on the way home of what she had learned and gleaned from the week at camp and I expect many more will continue in the days to come. But it certainly is good to have her home.