Richard and I will be celebrating two years together at the end of this month and it’s got me reflecting. This time last year, we were just moving into our new apartment together. Though we had shared a Dodge Caravan as a home for 2 months straight, this was the big step moving in together.
Or she’ll spent her Saturday night with his parents making dinner and watching Turner Classic movies. Same difference. So my Knight decided he’d try to shed those last few pounds with a weekend climbing trip in Kentucky. When I got “home” from work Saturday evening, I was met by 3 big beautiful t-bone steaks for
With little on our social calendar while on the road, food became front and center. On off days, or when the weather was crap, we’d seek out the best sushi joints or any quirky local venues. When cooking camp grub, we’d often resort to the “KD plus…” menu, but generally we were pretty healthy and
If only we could have brought our Coleman stove overseas with us, we’d be cooking up a storm at every rest stop, campground, and shopping center parking lot! Alas, we instead had to sample the local eats, from tiny, unknown restaurants to Aunt Luciana’s, Aunt Riga’s, Cousin Kay, and Auntie Claire’s kitchens. Oh a what