Browsing All posts tagged under »dining«

Dining With the Swells

April 11, 2018

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Life in the Boomer Lane, taking a short break from tracking POTUS’ latest antics involving declaring war on Russia and giving hush money to porn stars, took a friend out for a gala birthday celebration. She and another friend always commemorate their birthdays together, usually giving them three times a year to fine dine on […]

Ordering A Meal in A Brave New World

January 20, 2018

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Life in the Boomer Lane’s travel experiences have involved being felled by belt buckles, vending machines and assorted TSA agents. On this most recent trip, to Florida, the culprit was an airport restaurant. At first, LBL was delighted. The section of National Airport in DC that serves Southwest Airlines is actually the original airport. It’s […]

Don’t Fence Me In!

September 25, 2010

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I live in an urban area.  My house is close enough to its side neighbors to be sexually active with them, if houses were so inclined.  I’ve already written about my vegetable garden that was accessible only by trekking across the neighbor’s property.  My backyard is average-size, with a charming designed-by-me two-level flagstone patio and a […]

Don't Fence Me In!

September 25, 2010

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I live in an urban area.  My house is close enough to its side neighbors to be sexually active with them, if houses were so inclined.  I’ve already written about my vegetable garden that was accessible only by trekking across the neighbor’s property.  My backyard is average-size, with a charming designed-by-me two-level flagstone patio and a […]