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Peaks and Wings . . .

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Unlike last week’s doctor appointment, today’s lab work appointment wasn’t scheduled until 1pm, so we had a quiet morning, finally leaving the rig around 12:15.

The actual blood draw only took a couple of minutes, but why did they have to do over all the same stuff they just did a little over a week ago. Stuff like blood pressure, pulse rate, weight, temp, etc.,  and then there’s all the medical history that I just gave them last time. Don’t they write this info down.

But by 1:30 we were on our way back over to Webster and the Twin Peaks there to have lunch. Although it’s one of our favorite places, it’s been a while since we’ve been here. In fact the last time we were at a Twin Peaks,  it was the one up in the Woodlands.

One thing about TW is that they regularly change their menu. You won’t get bored, but you will lose some favorites now and then. In our case we lost their Creamy Tomato Basil Soup. But we gained their Green Chile Chicken Soup. Delicious!

Jan had the Greek Salad along with six Spicy Thai Chili wings.

Twin Peaks Greek Salad




Twin Peaks Wings

I again when the soup and veggies route, with a bowl of the aforementioned Green Chili Chicken Soup, as well as the Sautéed Broccoli, the Sautéed Green Beans, and the Grilled Asparagus.

Twin Peaks Soup and Salad

All done perfectly, and delicious.

After finishing up we headed up the Interstate a piece to do the Sam’s Club/WalMart thing for prescriptions and groceries. And then it was back to the rig.

Our Dodge Dakota ran perfectly with absolutely no problems. It’s good to have it bad. And being able to borrow our son Chris’ truck for the interim was a big help.

Thanks, Chris.



Thought for the Day: 

I prefer not to think before speaking. I like being just as surprised as everyone else by what comes out of my mouth.

ghngh

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2 Responses to Peaks and Wings . . .

  1. Jeannine Sheridan says:

    Greg, Love reading your posts.  Wish I could try every meal you describe.

     

    On another topic, we are heading west through Houston to San Antonio on Saturday.  What would you recommend as to route?  Will I-10 be easy or should we take one of the alternate routes around?  I won’t hold you responsible for any delays, just looking for a Houston drivers input.

    BTW, I loved my Dakota, hated to sell it, but it just wouldn’t pull a 39′ 5th wheel.

     

    J9

    • gregwhite says:

      Jeannine,

      Coming through Houston on a Saturday, I would just come straight through on I-10. There doesn’t seem to be any ongoing construction to slow things down. So just go for it.

      That’s what I would do.

      Thanks for reading our blog. We appreciate your comments.

      Greg

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