Both got what they wanted Sunday at
The couple, who recently moved to
"I'm not into beer as much as he is, so I'm the designated driver," said Morton, adding that she planned to splurge at the Driftwood BBQ food truck.
"No point in just drinking them down as fast as you can. You don't really taste each one that way ... and taste is the whole point," said Kreiger, who gave high marks to Green Room Brewing in
Both like to kayak but haven't had a chance yet to take their boats out on the
The couple were among an estimated 3,000 people who attended the festival. Passing thunderstorms, however, took a toll on midafternoon attendance, organizers said,
St. Johns Riverkeeper Lisa Rinaman was pleased with the festival and those who turned out for it, especially about 20 people who volunteered to help the nonprofit advocacy group with upcoming projects.
"It's a perfect backdrop for us because you are right here on the river. People are having a good time, and it's a good place to talk about what the river means to us and what we all can do to protect the
Rinaman said the festival was a great opportunity to showcase the river, downtown and the Riverwalk and for people just to enjoy themselves.
"It's a good time, for a good cause," Rinaman said.
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