Country Inn & Suites Salt Lake City/South Towne
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... lunch at a Mexican place which gave too much unhealthy food and then started off. The next stop was winnemucca, in Nevada. We had a good drive, with kids busy with their books and reached winnemucca. We had pizza for dinner and called it a night.
The next morning, we had breakfast, filled gas, and started our drive to sacramento.we drove through Nevada and then entered California. In California ...
... and there were so many on the Truckee River there was a traffic jam. We drove past Larie and Katie's old mansion. What a great view they had. Must have been hard to leave. All too soon it was time to board the California Zephyr. It was really sad to leave two such special new friends. Our room was 'snug'... So snug in fact that Chris and I would have played knees all the time we were in it so we opted to upgrade. A very wise ...
... of the ingredients were from a can. So my simple recipe was:
1 chopped onion
1 chopped red pepper
Minced garlic (about 12 cloves)
1 carton of low sodium chicken broth
4 ounce can of green chilies
4 ounce can of jalapneo
10 ounce can of petite tomatoes
1 tablespoon of cumin
2 bay leafs
1 15 ounce can of black beans
1 15 ounce can of refried black beans
50 grams of barley
Remember my blogs back in Virginia??? Of course you do, the ones with all the confederate history in them. Anyway, Mike and Janet moved to Utah, so of course we had to visit. They are like family to us now.
We went to Mike's white coat ceremony, which literally is as it sounds. He got presented ...
... in the White Mountains of Crete, wound up in Utah in 1909, and found work in a Utah asbestos kiln. He became an American citizen after serving in WWI, and in 1920 opened a coffeehouse in Salt Lake City. In the decades that followed, he returned to his native home, but finally settled in Salt Lake City for good in 1948. Most of his 11 children entered the restaurant business.
1960’s. The Katsanevas clan was ...