It was a fun day yesterday with the twins. We headed off to the New Bedford Whaling Museum. We took the scenic route and back roads, stopping to show the girls our first house where their daddy and uncle grew up. We took a quick tour of New Bedford stopping to show the girls where Annette lived when she was a little girl. We hit the historic area of New Bedford just in time for lunch at Freestone City Grill. It was a bank back in the old days and now converted to a restaurant. You can even eat lunch in the vault room. After a great lunch of scallops and fired clams we were off to the museum. The girls had a great time seeing all the exhibits and it was fun for Annette and me seeing all the changes that have taken place, since we were kids taking the tour. After the museum tour we walked through the historic district and stopped for a cold Belgium beer at Rose Alley Ale House. It’s one of several new establishments that have opened up recently. It’s nice to see the area making a comeback. Of course, something always has to happen and I ended up spilling my beer all over Annette. I told the watress it was our first date, so she brought me a free beer and a towel for Annette. We ended the day with a nice swordfish dinner at Craig and Val’s, topped off with a nice bottle of wine.
A great time was had by all.
Bob and Annette