Monday, December 19, 2016
Sear Shack and Shopping
The Sear Shack is a new burger place in town, and we decided to check them out.
You order at the counter:
I had the single burger with lettuce, tomato, and pickle, a coke, and an order of fries:
We liked the food and will go back, I'm sure. You can see the menu here.
We went window shopping, which is a tradition for us so we can see the Christmas decorations, first at the local mall:
We got a kick out of this sign:
We also went to Spin Street, where it's impossible to leave without buying things. They were decked out, celebrating the season:
And, of course, a trip to the local independent bookstore:
with their seasonal book displays:
I came away with 4 books from there: 2 fiction and 2 science fiction, and I've already finished one of the fiction books. I'll write it up soon and schedule a post on it. I'm trying to increase my stock of science fiction books, so I'll have plenty on hand for winter reading. All suggestions are welcome. I prefer science fiction to fantasy, I particularly like space opera, and I don't at all care for alternative history. My plan had been to pick up the latest book in the Expanse series by James S. A. Corey, but they didn't have that one.
I hope your preparations for Christmas are filled with joy and that your days are lacking any stress. A season of peace be yours!
Please join us over at Bleubeard and Elizabeth's weekly T Tuesday gathering. Share a drink with us.