A shot down the walk. All late-1800, early-1900 facades filled with little shops, a narrow street and wide pathways. Strip out the asphalt for dirt and the concrete for wood and not much has changed.
Bathed in the glow of the neon signs (okay so a few things have changed) I managed to drag the kids' view from the goodies beyond the window to me long enough to snap a shot. Then it was look out, stampede ahead with bee-lines straight for the buckets, baskets and tables filled with all manner of childhood candies (both mine and theirs - Mallow Cup anyone?)
So with our little jaunt in mind and the creamy-chewy homemade chocolate ice cream still fresh in my memory, create today's layout with a vintage, homemade "flavor." This, along with the other assignments this week are due on Sunday. "My Croppy Summer" also wraps up. If you haven't had a chance to play, or keep "meaning" to, now's your chance. Because on top of the weekly drawing, I'll be drawing a name from all those who did anything for the grand prize. Happy, hot, first-day-back-to-school.