This weekend, as we do about once a year, we headed to beautiful Bucks County, Pennsylvania to visit our uncles and their Irish terriers.
It’s a short 1.5 hour getaway from the city, in a picturesque small town. We spent most of the time by the pool, playing with the puppies, and scoping out the flea markets. And though one would think that Bucks County couldn’t compete with New York City nightlife, we made it to three parties on Saturday night — a massive flag day party along the Delaware river, crashing a wedding behind our uncles’ art gallery, and dancing and drinks at the local bar, The Raven.
[we have a tendency to call them “puppy,” “dolly-dear,” “sweetie,” and “tiny” in high pitched voices. and we were a bit confused when they tended to ignore us. turns out when you call them by their actual names they come running over. ] classic lil’ KT face. sporting gold hoops since 1999.
some day we’ll learn how to haggle. [Golden Nugget Flea Market]
Wessel+O’Connor Gallery. sadly, this wouldn’t fit on the bus home with us.
lawn party on the delaware river.
still don’t know the name of the bride or groom but it was a darling wedding. and as Seinfeld points out, the world can learn a lot from the black and white cookie.
ended the night with a disco ball and smoke machine by the pool.