Ralph Melton (ralphmelton) wrote,
Ralph Melton

Road Trip, Tuesday evening

Kaelin's was okay. The mini-cheeseburgers we had as an appetizer were in small, soft buns--fine enough, but not astounding. The hot brown I had was tasty, but didn't delight me the way I had been delighted by my first hot brown last year. Lori's roast pork loin with dressing had a good flavor, but was rather dry.

We took a nice walk through Joe Creason Park before heading over to get dessert. We saw lots and lots of fireflies.

The Homemade Ice Cream and Pie Kitchen offered a bewildering variety of choices. I was tempted by the pecan pie, the banana meringue pie, and the lemon chess pie, but finally settled on the butterscotch meringue pie. It had a sumptuous taste, though it had an occasional flavor of burnt sugar. Lori enjoyed her Georgia cake (yellow cake with mandarin oranges, with a whipped cream with pineapple). She also got a scoop of creme brulee ice cream--nice flavor, but a somewhat gritty texture.

Logged on to work email to discover that I had been assigned two bugs, even though I'm on vacation. Easy ones, fortunately--I managed to identify fixes while Lori was showering this morning, and I passed the get-reviews-and-check-in buck to coworkers.

Today: Lynn's Paradise Cafe for breakfast, and barbecued mutton in Owensboro.
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