>Everything but the shoulder pads and the baby

October 4, 2009 § Leave a comment

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Chip, Sandra, and I drove to Phoenicia for breakfast.


We ate at the famous-for-deliciousness and infamous-for-bad-service, Sweet Sue’s.


I was pleased to be able to impress my company with a delicious meal, the Red Monkey, which are pancakes filled with strawberries and bananas.


Upon Sandra’s departure, I consoled myself with a hedgehog cookie from a bakery in Saugerties.

According to Sandra, I’ve become Diane Keaton’s character in Baby Boom.

This place brings up all sorts of phantom nostalgia. Sandra, thanks for playing country living with me!

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