Monthly Archives: August 2015
My wife from time to time reminds me that I have a problem with procrastination. I don’t really agree, but I keep putting off telling her that. But that explains today’s post. I saw a newspaper story in September 2014 and thought, “I should blog about that.” So I put the paper aside. Given that […]
I don’t eat in restaurants that often, though you would never know it from my blog posts. It seems every time I go out for dinner there is something memorable about the meal or the situation, and I can’t resist the urge to comment Such was the case with a recent visit to Salvatore’s restaurant […]
Normally I wouldn’t quote an obscure American President, or even a well-known one, but for once I stumbled across a statement that I agreed with!
I have been back from my vacation in Maine for four days. I am missing the beach and the sound of the ocean waves. I am missing the fresh seafood and the lazy days with nothing more important to do than read. But more than anything else, I am missing Donald Trump. It is not […]
I know, but it is fun anyway.
As you would expect from an area bordered by the Atlantic Ocean, Maine has some great seafood restaurants. The Clambake is not one of those. Yet for me our annual family Maine vacation is not complete without an excursion to indulge in The Clambake’s platter of deep fried haddock, shrimp, clams (two types) and scallops. […]