One of our good places around here is having a $5 special. They make a
good burger too. Also the remnants of Florence passing through and
raining very hard. The flash flood warning don't bother me but getting
my wife in the car we'd both get soaked. Home made chicken soup instead.
NE corner of Connecticut. It was pouring very heavy for a few hours,
but the sun came out later. We got about 4".
Getting my wife to the car involves a walker and sometimes an oxygen
tank. Hard to move fast that way.
On Wed 19 Sep 2018 08:03:52p, Ed Pawlowski told us...
I had a college roommate who came from Cannondale CT. I used to
visit there frequently during school breaks. Absolutely beautiful
area, but not near you. Their home overlooked a gorge.
Rare but often serious flash flooding in central AZ yesterday. Heavy
rain and torrential winds made driving almost impossible, but we had
to trudge through it for a couple of medical appintments. I'm not
sure how much rain accumulation there was, but it came down for
I was aware that your wife had health issues, but did not realize it
was that serious. I'm sorry to hear that. Perhaps changing to the
Florida climate will benefit her.
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On Tuesday, September 18, 2018 at 12:27:24 PM UTC-4, email@example.com wrote:
After thinking about it, I came to the same conclusion. RR has some tasty
burgers, but for the special today you can only get a cheeseburger with endless fries
for $5, you have to buy a beverage. A local bar here has two for one burgers
every Monday night and you can get any burger you want, like the French Onion
Burger that comes with carmelized onions, gruyere cheese and a small side of
onion soup to dip it in. And they are really good, so I think it's a better
deal that you can get any Monday.
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