As we started out early and we were going by Amy's Cafe in Falmouth, we decided to stop in for breakfast. This is only our second visit as it's a bit of a ways from our house but I have already designated it a favorite stop-over place.
Guess what I had for breakfast? Actually, Gregg and I shared a plate as there was more than enough for two.
We came across these ladies making their way across the bridge. From their clothing I immediately thought that maybe they were from Ghana, as it reminded me of the traditional clothing I have seen when watching anything about that country on the TV. I wish I knew what their story was, where they were from and where they were going. They seemed very friendly, a car honked a friendly hello and they all waved back laughing and smiling. The lady in front had a baby strapped to her back carried in some kind of hammock. Safe journey my friends.This is a barn we have been passing for years but it was the first time I have taken a photo. It looked like a scene out of the nursery rhyme, the Cat and the Fiddle, where the cow jumps over the moon, except that looks very much like a pig with the cow don't you think? I often wonder what the story of that mural is. Maybe next time we drive by it and we see someone, we will stop and ask.
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