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SaintLouieWoman
12-20-2011, 11:05 PM
An oldie but always cute!
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Hawkgirl
12-20-2011, 11:21 PM
That is so cute!

linda22003
12-21-2011, 09:43 AM
That is cute. It's funny, though.... in our house, cookies and milk were never left out for Santa. Somehow, I had it on good authority that he preferred a bourbon and a ham sandwich. Both were always gone in the morning!

SaintLouieWoman
12-21-2011, 10:02 AM
That is cute. It's funny, though.... in our house, cookies and milk were never left out for Santa. Somehow, I had it on good authority that he preferred a bourbon and a ham sandwich. Both were always gone in the morning!

That reminds me, need to make some Christmas cookies. We already have a ham in the frig. :D

What is Mr #'s bourbon of choice? (and Mrs #'s, too, of course).

Bailey
12-21-2011, 10:11 AM
Greet I have something in my eye. :D

linda22003
12-21-2011, 11:03 AM
What is Mr #'s bourbon of choice? (and Mrs #'s, too, of course).

Mr. Numbers has developed a partiality for Buffalo Trace in the past year or so; I'm more of a fan of Blanton's, as it's a little smoother and we drink bourbon straight.

After years of foreign travel, we're considering doing the "Bourbon Trail" in Kentucky sometime this year. We've never been to Kentucky, and the Bourbon Trail would be something in the nature of a pilgrimage for us. :)

SaintLouieWoman
12-21-2011, 10:27 PM
Mr. Numbers has developed a partiality for Buffalo Trace in the past year or so; I'm more of a fan of Blanton's, as it's a little smoother and we drink bourbon straight.

After years of foreign travel, we're considering doing the "Bourbon Trail" in Kentucky sometime this year. We've never been to Kentucky, and the Bourbon Trail would be something in the nature of a pilgrimage for us. :)

Kentucky is a beautiful state, nice state parks with lovely lodges (or at least they used to be nice, haven't been there in some time). Lexington is my favorite town, home of many thoroughbred farms. The architecture is lovely-----and have been at Jack Daniels and other stops. I don't particularly like bourbon straight, but my folks always would have a high ball their drink of choice (very weak). I think that you would enjoy it.

While you're in the area, Tennessee is also a lovely state.

Novaheart
12-21-2011, 10:59 PM
An oldie but always cute!
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That's cute.

When I was a kid, we left a glass of iced tea, cookies, and carrots for the reindeer.

linda22003
12-22-2011, 09:25 AM
While you're in the area, Tennessee is also a lovely state.

I have to admit, the only time I was in Tennessee was to cut through a very eastern corner of it on the way back from Asheville, NC. Perhaps on our drive we'll work this place into our trip, since I've heard very good things about it from friends:

http://www.blackberryfarm.com/

SaintLouieWoman
12-22-2011, 11:41 AM
I have to admit, the only time I was in Tennessee was to cut through a very eastern corner of it on the way back from Asheville, NC. Perhaps on our drive we'll work this place into our trip, since I've heard very good things about it from friends:

http://www.blackberryfarm.com/

It looks very nice. I always want to stop when we're travelling between St Louis and Sarasota, but sadly we always seem to be in too big of a hurry. We're hoping to drive at a more leisurely pace next time and make stops in Kentucky and Tennessee.

Much depends if we take Bella and Darlene with us on our little adventures. I need to do more research on dog friendly locations. Of course once we get to St Louis, we have a hotel (LaQuinta) that isn't elegant, but accepts dogs.

The problem would be more with my relatives, who probably wouldn't want the "girls" coming with us. Bella and Darlene both tend to whine if left alone. I know Darlene cried like a baby when we left her for a while in a hotel in Orlando when we went to a concert. We had a call on our cell phone to ask us to return to the room, but thankfully the call came as we were arriving at the hotel. Bella whines and cries when SR leaves the house, so I'm not too confident on her behavior alone in a hotel room.

We really need to find a petsitter here. We had an excellent one in St Louis, but so far, we haven't found one here.

noonwitch
01-05-2012, 09:54 AM
That is cute. It's funny, though.... in our house, cookies and milk were never left out for Santa. Somehow, I had it on good authority that he preferred a bourbon and a ham sandwich. Both were always gone in the morning!


Our Santa wanted a roast beef sandwich, oatmeal cookies and a Budweiser. We also had to leave a piece of cheese out for "Santa Mouse", aka mom.