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Have a three-way at Hard Times (chili)

Have a three-way at Hard Times (chili)

(sorry) There is something about chili. Cincinnati has their chili, seasoned with cinnamon, cloves, allspice or chocolate. Texas eschews the bean, sticking with the meat, only. The Texan subset, Terlingua is redder in color and has a spicy kick. And even the vegetarians have their…

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Saucy’s Ribs in VA are better than Jack Stack in KC!

Saucy’s Ribs in VA are better than Jack Stack in KC!

There, I said it. I had shipped the renowned Jack Stack’s BBQ from Kansas City for Christmas dinner, and realized that I probably needed a couple more slabs for feed everyone. Luckily, Saucy’s Walk-Up (a favorite of the “Lincoln” film crew) was walking distance from…

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The road home…asphalt therapy success

The road home…asphalt therapy success

There is really nothing like a road trip to clear your head.  I left home a week ago – full of dilemmas, conflicts and decisions to be made…and accepted. I headed to an event where I was a newbie – and oldster (that is strange)…

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In the St. Nick of Time!

In the St. Nick of Time!

The regional versions of Best Road Trip Ever has hit the iTunes store!  Distract your-elves on the way to Gramma’s house (sorry, had to…) “Best Road Trip – Midwest” Join the open road through America’s breadbasket. From the Land of Oz to the Land of…

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All in the name of "research"

All in the name of "research"

With a new project in the near future, I decided to hop in the car and test out the GPS and iPhone. OK – I wasn’t too busy this weekend and decided to take a roadtrip, trying to avoid the storms, revisit old sites, see…

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Legs Inn, Polish restaraunt & folk art environment to behold

Legs Inn, Polish restaraunt & folk art environment to behold

OK, I am not known for grace and agility, and sometimes I get distracted when I am going too fast…and today proved to be a perfect storm of clutziness meets distraction.  As I was loading the rover with my gear, I sat my car key…

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Miles Miner Kellogg Boat Houses

Miles Miner Kellogg Boat Houses

Miles Miner Kellogg Boat Houses Miles Minor Kellogg  |  unknown  |  Encinitas, CA Vernacular architecture  |  Built ca. 1928 Miles Minor Kellogg was an early recycler.   Hailing from the Great Lakes area of Michigan, he moved to this Southern California town, bringing seafaring and building…

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