Friday, May 17, 2013

The Waldoniel bad weather trip

Bad weather requires comfort foods and this is on one is at one of my most hallowed joints, never missed.



The second picture cannot be nicer because I have not seen the sun in three days.  Still, you get the idea of the wilderness in Spring.


So you need to guess two cities/areas, the name of the joint and why I go there whenever I am in site 1.

And yes, the trees are inclined because of the wind, not because I am drunk....


17 comments:

  1. Thé à l'anglaise avec tarte de framboise. mmmm...

    Trying to narrow the locations: Above Florida and below Wash DC, along the US eastern seaboard.

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  2. Nope.... And yet there is a big clue......

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  3. Anonymous12:17 PM

    Resolution of the picture isn´t high enough to read the joint´s name....

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    1. That'd be too easy. But the logo should be telling enough for those in the know >;)

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  4. La carte du salon de Thé - Le Marais - Mariage Frères


    Le Mistral bent the trees
    Aix-en-Provence

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    1. Yes to the first, no to the second.

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  5. Anonymous4:11 PM

    Second,....Argenteuil(?), and you bumped into Monet in the woods hunched over his easel.

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    1. come on..... where can you get wind steady enough to mix moors and inclined pine trees?

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    2. en Bretagne?

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  6. Anonymous6:19 PM

    Gascony ???

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    1. I think so. Specifically, la forêt des Landes.

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    2. That is right, la forêt des Landes, près de l'océan......

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  7. Anonymous12:43 AM

    Come on Danno, put us out of our misery .... where is it?

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  8. Anonymous4:49 AM

    One of these days you're going to have to visit, say, a Burger King in Miami, so that those of us that are pedestrian unrefined jackalopes can have a shot at guessing correctly! LOL!!

    Anon 242

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    1. Yes, maybe. But how will you guess whether it is a Miami or Minneapolis burger joint? By the snow piles through the windows?

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    2. Anonymous6:12 PM


      Daniel5:55 AM

      Yes, maybe. But how will you guess whether it is a Miami or Minneapolis burger joint? By the snow piles through the windows?

      Hey, you're the creative one, mon ami, we're just the hoi polloi!!!

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  9. HalfEmpty5:09 AM

    I must agree with anon242, but make it a Whataburger which is for refined tastes.

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