It was a busy and fun weekend. We left Friday afternoon to teach a lighting class at Peachtree Camera Repair. The McKever family is second generation and some of the nicest people you will ever meet. To get to work with them is a special treat, and we are looking forward to more trips there.
Aaron knew of a local shop called "Cool Beans" so that's where we met. Any time we get together with our family, usually coffee is involved. The coffee was great and the atmosphere super casual and friendly. Right behind us is their roaster, so I had to buy a bag of beans to bring home. You will note that there are two cameras on the table plus the third that took this photo. I was a scout and still subscribe to the "be prepared" moto.
What a cute and quaint, kind of "old fashion" downtown area they have, we loved it! Saturday's they have a "farmer's market" and there were many locals with beautiful, colorful veggies for sale.
Many people brought their dogs along and bought their fresh veggies for the week here. I know that if we had the option, we would too.
The water was already there, I just shot it in macro and cropped it tighter
Sometimes it pays to have a good camera with you. This would have worked on my phone, but it wouldn't have looked anything like this.
After this we had lunch together at a fantastic restaurant called "Jerusalem Bakery." This city has lots to do and many great eating options. I didn't take pictures of our dinner the night before at Marietta Diner, but take my word for it, you won't leave hungry!