We actually started off the weekend with an Asian dinner in Williston. Basil's is a new sushi/Asian place here that we had heard lots of good things. Keeping my brain and taste buds on Williston standards, it was REALLY good. Pricey, but delish.
|Tanner bought me this shirt - among many other maternity things. He's basically awesome and has great taste. He may have to take over completely with dressing me :)|
|We didn't mess around - it was our first dinner date just us for quite awhile.|
Then off to Bismarck. EVERY road within a hundred mile radius or more has construction going on. Ever single road out of town included. It's awesome. But we made it and first stop was the mall. Tanner got some "essential" golf items. And then we went to Target and tested out some strollers and other items and got a good idea of things we want and need. We can't help ourselves with little things though - we got some clothes and toys and our 4th box of diapers and Tanner picked out the wee lad's first hot wheels and match box cars. It was all I could do to keep him from getting a wagon and big wheel too. We thought we'd get a crib but weren't stoked on any there. Then this upgrade also happened - another reason this should be our last getaway ;)
Definitely a necessity. Our other one was on the fritz, unfortunately. Painful - but oh so awesome. After shopping we had dinner at The Toasted Frog. I'd heard really good things about it and we both wanted to try it so we did. And I don't think I've ever heard Tanner comment on how amazing his meal was before. He had filet mignon and I had a yummy "lavosh" - some thin crust/cracker pizza with cheese and no sauce. It was really good too (and still way cheaper than our sushi outing - we miss living in a normal thing priced city).
|I luff him.|
|Lots of cool elevation change.|
|The range balls were included in the price. I've never seen them all set up nicely for the golfers before.|
|Someone left a cigar in the cart, so why not? (jk - he didn't really smoke it)|
|Good lookin' sweater, eh??|
|All the bunkers were filled with coal. They looked cool.|