|On the deck of our cabin|
After dinner we went to another restaurant on the river and just sat and watched the boats. It was quite nice not to have anything we had to do for a couple of hours. We spent the rest of the evening rereading all of our wedding cards. We also brought along a bottle of pineapple wine that we brought home from our honeymoon.
We had decided we would save it for a special occasion, but I think we may have saved it a little too long because we both took one drink and decided that was enough and poured the rest down the drain...oops!
The next morning we slept in and then decided to have some wedding cake for breakfast.
Nick's reaction pretty much sums up how the cake was. It wasn't terrible, (much better than the wine) just not as good as it was a year ago nor was it good enough to really want to eat more than a few bites. Nonetheless, I'm glad we saved it; it was a fun little tradition.
We spent the rest of the day exploring the stores in Grafton and the little towns around there before heading home.
It wasn't an elaborate weekend, but it was nice to get away from home for a little while with no agenda and just enjoy our surroundings.