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Paul Bunyan’s Cook Shanty: Check!

Paul Bunyan’s Cook Shanty: Check!

| August 7, 2017 | Reply

It’s no secret that my Bucket List is a little questionable. I’ll have to post it here sometime. But for now, let’s talk about an item that’s been on my list for 15 years. Fifteen years! What, you ask, could it be? Well, I’ll tell you! It’s the Paul Bunyan Cook Shanty, in Wisconsin Dells, […]

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Cracker Barrel Vignette

Cracker Barrel Vignette

| July 3, 2017 | Reply

Last night, en route to dropping Sequoia off at summer camp, I passed a sign for Cracker Barrel.  Paul and Cracker Barrel and I have a history.  A history that spans over 15 years. It’s been a while since we’ve visited a Cracker Barrel.  As I continued to drive, I nonchalantly mentioned to Paul that […]

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The Scrap Bowl

The Scrap Bowl

| May 10, 2017 | Reply

Early last year, we visited Cesky Krumlov.  While perusing the menu at Krcma v Satlavske Ulici (which I totally recommend), I noticed an item whose translation was scrap bowl.  I thought, hells yeah, I’ll eat a bowl of scrap meat any day!  So I ordered it.       When the appetizer arrived, it was basically […]

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Happenings since May, and beyond

Happenings since May, and beyond

| September 9, 2016 | Reply

It’s been a while since I’ve blogged. That’s what happens when I go without a desktop from the end of May until mid-August. Here’s what’s been up, and what’s coming up. This isn’t a particularly wordy post, but there are a lot of pictures from Europe and the US… WHAT’S COMING UP #Repatproject travel – Repatriation Project-related […]

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Bad Homburg Christmas Market

Bad Homburg Christmas Market

| December 1, 2015 | Reply

Bad Homburg (which sounds way too much like “Bah! Humbug!”) features a small Christmas Market by the palace.  In addition to food, drink, and gift stalls, there are a small train and carousel, and other entertainment. To be perfectly honest, I wouldn’t travel far to visit this one again, but if I lived in the […]

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This Year at Seligenstadt’s Christmas Market

This Year at Seligenstadt’s Christmas Market

| November 30, 2015 | Reply

After really enjoying Seligenstadt’s Christmas Markets last year, I returned yesterday.  I was not disappointed!  The town is charming and beautiful to begin with, so it’s hard not to enjoy a stroll down its cobblestoned alleys on any day.  But add Christmas cheer, and it’s the perfect way to get into the spirit of the […]

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