Bally Hoo 2017

May9

ballyhoo5 Continuing with our new tradition of joining J1 and J2 for Happy Hour while they and the little girls enjoyed an early supper, Bally Hoo was our next destination. We were lucky enough to snag a table for all of us, as Bally Hoo was hopping as usual. ballyhoo2 The Wee One with Auntie Boo We have always loved the location, perched right over the water but this year even more so than most. ballyhoo8 It meant that D and I could take the wee ones for a walk on the piers when they got rambunctious waiting for dinner. ballyhoo7 The acorn doesn’t fall fare from the tree. J1 and J2 order their meals in tandem so that they share them as D and I love to (especially on vacation). ballyhoo3 They ordered fish tacos ballhoo4 and coconut shrimp to share ballyhoo6 and then quesadillas for the little girls to split. They were all very pleased with their meals and the way that the Bally Hoo did their best to accommodate the kids and indeed all of us. Kath’s quote: Ballyhoo are frequently used as cut bait and for trolling purposes by saltwater sportsmen. The fish is known to have reports of ciguatera poisoning to humans”.-Wikpedia turquoiseheart Love never fails.

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