The Storm King Lodge
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... the wood and is edible. So you got some for lunch. After this long walk, we came back for lunch and tasted the "chicken". This was pretty good. At 3:00, Gracie, Red and Liane who are Dale's family (cousin) arrived to spend the week-end. At 6:00, we left to see a movie, L'Intern (with De Niro). Pleasant day, still warm and ...
... to imagine scenarios in which the manager could be forgiven for having made this change: the previous pitcher fell down the dugout steps and broke his leg at the end of the previous inning. Previous pitcher got called away to his dying mother's side. Previous pitcher has history of demonstrating that he can get three guys out and then gives up 14 runs without logging another out. Must have been something dramatic.
... sniffles (and I am told by my dad that this is a well known, and quite serious ailment, and that I should probably feel sorry for myself...).
p.s. choc chip cookies today! They go super well with the coffee (still no blueberry though...)
p.p.s. see Lynne Truss, Eats Shoots and Leaves if you haven't figured the connection between pandas and the blog title...
p.p.p.s. (the last p.s. I promise!) a few more pictures from Boston for blog decoration!
... blueberry coffee. Incidentally, it was the last one of the blueberry...next week I may have to branch out.
So this wasn't a short entry. But as some of you will know better than others (or does everyone knows, but are sometimes too polite to tell me?) my version of "short" when I am talking is very different to other people's definitions. On the plus side for you, you could just stop reading this blog and I would never know. So its winners all around!
... we walked to Central Park to see what all of the hub-bub was about. WOW…what a large park. For those who had never been to the park, it has a zoo, a carnival, two or three bodies of water, places to eat, band stages, and so much more. We walked around for hours and only traversed 1/3 of the park.
Kelsey and I decided that we would get a better sense of the diversity of the food in the city by eating at multiple places instead of one restaurant. We ...