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12th September 2010

Yum
So which town in Vermont is home to the Bluebird Cafe? Sounds wonderful!
From Blog: Day 10
12th September 2010

Retired
Yes, the good life is out there...just hang on Sloopie, it will be yours one day soon. Miss you, too!
From Blog: Day 9
12th September 2010

RE: WOW
Glad to hear that we are bringing back memories for you Val. We're creating new ones for us. It is good to hear that you are enjoying our Foodie Column.
From Blog: Day 10
12th September 2010

Stopping Presses
We will stop the presses and fire up the barbecue, Caitlin. I hope there is still some watermelon left to experiment on.
From Blog: Day 10
12th September 2010

RE:YUM!
I see you have unravelled one of our secrets. Yes, we may have to start figuring out how/when we will have our Cousin Reunion, Richard.
From Blog: Day 10
12th September 2010

We're not in Maine, yet...
Well, the wine warehouse was actually here in Vermont, and that bottle John was holding was a 2002 Camus cab. The great mussels were really from Maine, thankfully not from the local stream.
From Blog: Day 10
12th September 2010

Yum!
Now it's clear: You're eating your way across America (and Canada)! It's good to see that you're having such a good time with it.
From Blog: Day 10
12th September 2010

Stop the presses!
Did you say BARBECUED chard????? Oh man, if i wasn't already looking forward to the next family dinner....
From Blog: Day 10
12th September 2010

WOW!!!
Oh how you are bringing back fond memories from Old Montreal :)) So happy to see you and John enjoying the good life. Best people watching place ever, whether American or not... You make me hungry everytime I read your blogs...looking forward to what New England brings you; lobster, maple sryup, chowder, oysters, and you must have muscles while in Maine...
From Blog: Day 10
11th September 2010

Retired
So glad you are having such a wonderful time, Max. This is what retirement should be about! Miss you. :0)
From Blog: Day 9
11th September 2010

Montreal
Considering that you can get Vermont cheese in specialty stores in Berkeley, maybe you want to spend another day exploiring Montreal. Bon soir!
From Blog: Day 9
11th September 2010

Well!
First an elementary school teacher, then a Madame. My, My!
From Blog: Day 9
11th September 2010

Adega Restaurant
Hi Diane, It was a Portugese restaurant and our waiter started us out with a delicious, soft, Portugese red wine. We already had oil cured black olilves on the table and wonderful bread. Next we shared a plate of gravlux with preserved lemons, capers, and aioli with horseradish, lemon, and creme fraiche. There was a fabulous green salad with lovely olive oil and vinegar dressing. John had Seafood Stew, with mussels, squid, shrimp and several fresh fish in a light marinara sauce. I had a seafood risotto with shell fish and fresh fish. At the end we shared a saffron poached pear in a cardamon cream and two glasses of ancient port. It was a tough job, but somebody had to do it!
10th September 2010

Dinner
Describe what you had for dinner and what made it so wonderful so I can get a vicarious thrill!
10th September 2010

Oh gee!
So glad you both are alright!!! Thanks for saving each other! What a great picture, John - Niagara Falls (vacation generally?) looks good on you! Love you both. Stay safe and sleep tight.
10th September 2010

YEAH!!!
Blessings for quick reflexes and screaches :)) How often they are under estimated...Enjoying your blogs!
9th September 2010
Peace Out, Man!

AHHH!!! I'm jealous! i've always wanted to go there! that's a great pic of you two. :)
From Blog: Day 7
8th September 2010

Re: All that is left
Sorry to have missed you also, Don. I would love a photo of the poor old house going up in flames. I have found a few pictures of the house during different times of its history. I also have a letter from a great aunt talking about how the site was selected and the trip from Maine. Once I have it all assembled I will send it to you. Perhaps it would be of interest to the Stark Co Genies. I did see Don St John and he gave me the front door knobs and we took a brick from the foundation. I am so grateful to you and Dixie for finding the house for me so I could see it before its demise.
From Blog: Days 4, 5
8th September 2010
All That is Left

Re: All That Is Left
Max, sorry we missed you in Toulon. We were at a family reunion on Sunday, Sep. 4. I may be able to get a picture or two from the firemen of the house in flames. I have wondered if you have used the bannister. Did you see Don St. John while you were here? Don
From Blog: Days 4, 5
3rd September 2010

Glad you made it to Chicago
So sorry to hear about your shoulder impingement. Sounds perfectly miserable. My parents spent their later years traveling first class. It made all the difference in the quality of their state of plane travel. Dad and my brother have been down visiting the Bay Area this week. It has been a rare opprotunity to be together as a family. Hope the rest of your vacation is lovely. Jennifer
From Blog: Day 1 Chicago
14th July 2008

Hey travelers!
Good morning travelers. I'm just back from vacation myself - one on which I didn't use any electronics - and It's it's been real nice spending the last half-hour enjoying yours. I'm glad I read your email first. Now to all the other emails. Safe journey
14th July 2008

Get the massage... NOW!
John, if you do not get the massage, you will really be in trouble. You are on vacation and should be doing vacation "things". Max, I have seen you in action AND heard many stories. I'm convinced that you can get John to get a massage. Lisa

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