Rain, rain go away
All the Polish people need to come out and
eat their kielbasa
with sauerkraut please and thank you.
After catching the matinée showing of Inside Out on Father’s Day, my daughter Elisabeth, her boyfriend George Three, and my dear wife Karen and I headed to downtown Syracuse and Clinton Square for a late lunch at the 61st edition of the Syracuse Polish Festival.
Yes, Elisabeth carries on my love of the food of our heritage.
As we stood in line to place our orders at the Sweet Eva’s stand, the rains came. Those three found refuge for us to eat our plates under an overhang at the adjoining Pyramid Cos. office building. Elisabeth gave me a look when I pointed my iPhone 6 for the shot above, but George Three was into it.
Now a gallery from our short but food-full stay:
Click on a photo in a gallery for a description. Click twice on the bottom right photo for an enlarged slide show.
Here’s how this challenge works: You Post a photo each day for five consecutive days and attach a story to the photo. It can be fiction or non-fiction, a poem or a short paragraph that shares your insight or inspiration of or from the image.
This is the fourth of my entries in the Five Photos Five Series Challenge. My thanks to Amy Rose for nominating me to participate.
Today I nominate my new friend Courtney Loreanne. Have fun!