Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Ferrari's and Fancy Fun

Meaning of procrastination:

Discovering a photo folder on laptop from July 2013 and creating a blog post about the event in November. 

The family and I decided to escape to Lime Rock, Connecticut one weekend in July for a Ferrari show.  Basically, this lil shin dig brought out more types, colors and sizes of Ferrari's than  I have ever seen in one place.  It was a great day for the kids to see how the race track drivers refuel their cars after a few spins around the track (did you know the tires are usually bald after a professional racer gets off the track?) 

It was also a chance for non-pro drivers to parade their models and take a fast paced spin around a professional race track.   It was a great day for the 'adult kid' in my family (my husband) as well as the little kids. 


 



The VIP tent had a bocce court

 
And beautiful tulips on rustic barn style tables inside a tent



Yes, Vivi and I were just about the only goons that wore pink...not red.  Doh. 



Vivsters, EG, and Jack watch the cars race around the track


Touring the cars

 

VIP Seating and outside lounge area





 

 
Nice little activities inside the tent, including massages, lunch, wine, face-painting...
 
 
 
Jack stays with the Ferrari theme.  
Taking a break from the heat with a buddy.



 
 Of course! A Vintage Ferrari Barbie. 

Taking a break



 


Scene from the hill

 
 


 
 

 

 
 It's taken me awhile to share our fun day, but it's nice to relive this nice hot summer day as we prepare for snow within the next few days.  ha! 

Thanks to everyone for the kind comments you've left about the One Room Challenge reveal!  I plan to reshoot the room in the daylight and I promise to repost the photos soon!  The photos that are on the blog right now don't do the room justice! 
 


Hope you're having a great week! 

Cheers!
Heather | Vivid Hue Home

1 comment:

Elizabeth @ The Little Black Door said...

What a fun day. I love the table settings.

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