The day was filled with beer, cars, and ribs. These aren't just any ribs, either. They are award-winning, falling off the bone, sweet and savory, best thing you've ever eaten ribs. And they made enough to feed an army.
As we arrived at Darlington Raceway, we pulled into the infield and parked near several RVs. T's uncle manages an RV dealership and every year they bring down several of their RVs to show at the race. These things are insane, too. Fully equipped with buttery leather interiors, stainless steel appliances, several flat screen tvs and even crown molding. Yeah- you read that right. Crown molding in an RV. The two best parts about these things is that you always have a nice bathroom to go to (no yucky porta pottys) and when the race starts you can climb on top of them and get a perfect view.
When the race ended we headed back to our lake house at Lake Wateree, where we were celebrating Mother's Day with my family the next day. We woke up on Sunday and had a great Mother's Day brunch on our screened in porch. I've recently developed an interest in Depression Glass, and while I was perusing different websites I found a beautiful candy dish to give to my mom from Etsy.
Isn't it just gorgeous? I love the color, and it's very rare to find one with a lid still in tact. After all, this thing has been around since the 1940's. Hope y'all had a great weekend, too!