We enjoyed our West Virginia visit so much last fall that Mr. Mickey chose it as his 85th birthday getaway.
Historic small towns with bookstores, coffee shops, art galleries, and a variety of unique shops, hold a special allure for us. Picturesque Lewisburg, located in the Greenbrier Valley, was our destination for the weekend.
Rain fell as we arrived on Friday evening, so we took a brief walk to peer in the windows on the way to dinner.
Food & Friends is a delightful Lewisburg restaurant located at the edge of town on Washington Street. We had not made reservations because we didn’t know when we might arrive. The host was very kind to seat us without them.
Neither of us enjoys a large quantity of food late in the day, so we shared a delicious appetizer of spinach and artichoke along with a glass of wine. Mr. Mickey had never had bread pudding made with croutons, so that was his nightcap.
My travel look included dark wash Levi’s jeans (here), a white tank (here), and a white linen jacket (similar here). The blue and white scarf was from my now closed shopping site. (similar here) The sandals are here. The ecru Dooney & Bourke bag is here.
The blog posts this week will share pictures from our trip and a recap of what I wore. My packing goal is always to have something appropriate and comfortable to wear from the fewest number of items.