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April 17, 2009


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Jim, you have to admit, In-N-Out is far better than The Varisty in Atlanta. And I hope you went Monster-style -- that would be worth at least a half a star downward for the nutrition rating ...

I bet Hank Jonah, sitting in the scarey animal shelter, never thought he'd be so lucky to get to travel the whole country!! this is wonderful that he and Fred get to do this with you both! what an experience!

Okay, a couple of things.

I usually have quite a chuckle reading your daily blog. But this time, I all and out laughed...at your Mom-safe version of the blog. The thing is, I am sitting in a coffee shop across from the Lansing Lugnuts (AAA team for the Jays) stadium and everyone's looking at me strangely. But do I care? No!

Other thing that I laughed at? Hank's photo in front of the Luxor!

Those two dogs of yours live the life of Riley. Mine want to leave us and join you guys. Elvis and Abbey say if you can handle two beagles, you can certainly handle two more.

You are fresh to your mother, Jim Brady.

You anticipated my exact thoughts! I was just about to head directly to the comments area after reading the bit about the Five Guys vs. In-N-Out throwdown, and then I caught my name out of the corner of my eye as I scrolled down. So thanks for the shoutout, but I will have to respectfully disagree and crown In-N-Out the best of all burgers (and fries and shakes!). (Why Five Guys doesn't serve milkshakes, I will never understand.)

I do have to say that I smiled with much delight as I was reading about your sojourn from Nevada into California. Even the mention of the 15 made me nostalgic, and it's just a huge, impersonal interstate. :-)

While you're in LA, you've got to check out some of the taco places on this site: http://tacohunt.blogspot.com/. And you'll have to be more specific about your next steps in Cali, so I can be sure to give you more suggestions of places you should go. Oh, and did I mention that you need to visit to Sequoia?

Here's a big wet kiss to my home state! I hope (and trust) it will treat you well.

Hey, I think I dated that guy in the black trench! ;)

Dogs on escalator for the first (and only) time. Nearly spit out my coffee laughing.

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