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West Coast New Year

I needed some rejuvenation to end the year and begin the new year after our trip to the East Coast.  That indeed I got.

  • A brewskie and a good meal to watch some Texas and Tech football.  Best meal I’ve had yet at Eastlake Bar and Grill with a nice cold and strong Diamond Knot Possession Porter

    Chop chop salad was ridiculously good with grilled chicken, bacon, blue cheese, tomatoes, cucumbers, onion, and smoked buttermilk dressing.
    Chop chop salad was ridiculously good with grilled chicken, bacon, blue cheese, tomatoes, cucumbers, onion, and smoked buttermilk dressing.
  • A home-cooked meal of smoked chicken by the boy after working on NYE day
  • Live music and champagne toast back at Eastlake Bar and Grill for NYE
  • Trial membership at Anytime Fitness
  • Free day at MOHAI (Museum of History and Industry) with civil engineering exhibit on display
  • Veggie Grill healthfulness and testing out a new menu item, the harvest bowl

    Veggie Grill Harvest Bowl with field roast sausage, power grains, roasted veggies, porcini miso gravy and hemp seeds.  Very good!
    Veggie Grill Harvest Bowl with field roast sausage, power grains, roasted veggies, porcini miso gravy and hemp seeds. Very good!
  • Rejuvenated by a day with Polly
  • Football games galore
  • Dinner and a movie with Brittany, Polly, Philipp and girl, and Bryan on Friday night
  • Secret Life of Walter Mitty in the theaters was heartwarming and fun
  • First time trying Local 360 in Belltown, pretty good food and fun atmosphere
    Spicy chicken wings.
    Spicy chicken wings.
    I love brussels...with bacon!!
    I love brussels…with bacon!!

    Delicious fries.
    Delicious fries.
  • Skiing with just Bryan on Saturday at Stevens, sunny day
  • Delicious post-skiing dinner at Tropicos Breezes (Columbian) with live music even
    Molacajete, a national dish of carne asada (perfected), chorizo sausage, avocado, queso fresco, nopales (cactus), and green onions in a bowl of delicious and spicy tomato sauce, served with homemade and the best I have ever had corn tortillas to make your own "like-fajitas)
    Molacajete, a national dish of carne asada (perfected), chorizo sausage, avocado, queso fresco, nopales (cactus), and green onions in a bowl of delicious and spicy tomato sauce, served with homemade and the best I have ever had corn tortillas to make your own “like-fajitas)

    They even let me replace the rice and beans on the side with yucca frita.  Happy!!!
    They even let me replace the rice and beans on the side with yucca frita. Happy!!!
  • A Yelp Elite barre class on Sunday that kicked my butt
  • Pizza and Redbox Sunday night

Chelsea

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