Thursday morning, we woke up and headed out to the Rather Sweet cafe for a scrumptious breakfast of breakfast tacos, veggie muffins, peach scones, organic tea, etc. A wonderful way to begin our day. We were the first ones walking the streets, which was quite refreshing for some other trips I have made to Fredericksburg fighting the crowds. The stores didn’t open until 10:00, so we window shopped and enjoyed the only slightly cooler morning. We enjoyed a fun day of admiring and dreaming about fabulous quilts, changing our “color schemes”, etc. We did make “a few” purchases and gathered a few gifts during our Main Street browsing. I purchased a wonderful hat, after feeling the affects of the sun–stepping out of my box—enjoyed every minute of wearing it!! Kay had a wonderful hat she bought in Australia, so we were definitely the hat ladies the remainder of the day. After cooling off at the B&B, we headed for the Rockbox theatre for a two-hour return to the great music of the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s. It was too much fun. Mark Best of Abilene treated the 400+ audience to an excellent James Taylor impersonation, with pure dancing on his guitar. The guest artist was an excellent dancer, singer, and comedian. We thoroughly enjoyed the show!