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... time it was a mushroom quesadilla. It was good too. I got a third but I've forgotten what it was. I had a couple aqua frias. They were both from booths that didn't have English menus and I don't know what flavor they were but they were tasty. By then I was getting full and my parking meter was nearly expired so I left.
I was having dinner with ...
... patrons and one for dinner. Handsome is the best way to describe the establishment. There is a lot of dark wood, and it is a very pleasant atmosphere. It was also quite crowded for a Thursday night. There were quite a few dinner patrons as well as people there just for the good beers. I also noticed that I was on the lower age range on the bar side.
Since they ...
... bucks and hurried to sit in traffic again. IDOT, in its infinite wisdom, shut down 2 of the 3 lanes leading to the main route into Illinois.
When I made it through the bottleneck, we stopped for Culver's at our usual post-StL place in Collinsville. Inside a magician was trolling for business by offering kids free balloon animals. He was pretty good. Andrew got a dinosaur and an alien, complete with helmet. We also got free jokes, but the punchlines were a birmobvious. ...
... laughed with/at me on more than one occasion, &we sat
in the parking lot chatting for about 5 minutes after the test
because he was 'blown away' by the fact that I'd just up &
moved countries at the age of 18). Oh and they definitely aren't
as strict with the photos here. Not only are you allowed to smile,
you're encouraged to, & (as my photo clearly shows)
you don't even need to be looking directly at ...
Today is a real short blog, after breakfast we went to the store to pick up a chicken for dinner tonight.
Dave decided he would make his beer can chicken for dinner. We stopped at the store after breakfast to pick up the ingredients. When we got home Dave rubbed the chicken to let it marinate, I suggested we cover the chicken with aluminum foil for the first hour of cooking and then take it off the last ½ hour for ...