Sunday, March 31, 2019

Eating in the wild

Yesterday I picked Amanda up from work again and she suggested we go to lunch. She picked a place called Lorie's Wildridge Restaurant.

Amanda took a few pics for me because my phone has been taking horrible pictures.




It has a rustic, log cabin feel to it and there are wild animals all over the place. Thankfully none are alive and begging for food. Amanda chose a Reuben sandwich and french onion soup and I had a fish sandwich and fries. It was totally yummy and it's always nice to spend time with Amanda

13 comments:

  1. Yikes, this place really IS wild! It looks like the barber shops here do! This would be kind of creepy to me. But so glad the food was great and you had a good time with your daughter. That is what matters the most.

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    1. Since all the animals were at a distance and none were drooling over my food I was good with it all...lol It really is quite nice

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    2. Like "none were drooling over my food" (tick)

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  2. ...and here I imagined a picnic when I read your title in my reader. I would much prefer this kinda wild than at some outdoor picnic table.

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    1. It was warm enough yesterday but it was very rainy so not a good day for a picnic

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  3. Yippee for lunch out with your daughter and a fun place at that! We have a place here that looks almost identical to this it's called Linger Lodge. Dead animals everywhere and dead alligators. They even serve alligator tail! I rather have your fish sandwich and fries

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  4. Looks like an interesting place. Oh my, I could go for a Reuben sandwich!

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  5. Yeah...I dunno about all of the stuffed animals in that place! At least they weren't serving raccoon or buffalo...that would bother me, I think. That sort of stuff is getting to me lately. Like, I can't look at pig trucks driving to slaughter...I think I am getting squeamish in my old age. That said, I am eating less meat because of it.

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  6. I guess I have spent enough time around hunters that the dead animals don't bother me. Now if the raccoon was perched right over my table and eyeing my sandwich I might have been a little creeped out

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  7. You made me hungry! I'm glad she lives so close and that you can have fun together.

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  8. This looks like a place I would enjoy...I like trying new places that are not fancy.

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