Lovely casual dining on the west side of the grass marsh between the mainland and oceanside. (You can see Sara J’s from here). Seating inside, 5 tables outside, bar with entertainment upstairs. Great place, we sat outside, since it was hot, we got seated quicker. But the breeze was great, and we watched the sun… Continue reading Gulfstream Cafe, Garden City SC
Two 18 hole courses, but the north Toski Links course was closed. The south course seemed beat up — sandy greens, maybe it’s just SC in the summer. We did 9 holes at PM rates with the condo discount. Deer Track Golf Resort, Myrtle Beach SC 843-650-2146
Armstrong, Tom. 1997. Designing and Using ActiveX Controls. New York, New York: M&T Books. ISBN 1-55851-503-8. Order… Excellent look at creating and implementing ActiveX controls. With CD-ROM. If you do controls or want to do controls, you need to go to Amazon.com and get this book now!
We had breakfast here, or rather an early lunch. Very fun and good food.
In Danville for Christmas with Bryan, we stopped at this nice little supper club for dinner. Good food, nice place. Joe got his napkin stuck in his shoe and walked out with it. Oops. 2918 Batestown Rd. (I-74) Exit #210 Oakwood, IL 61858
Fun. Good tunes, well written and funny considering the subjects. Overhyped. Very hip in the High School set. Make sure you get good seats. Free ones available for fanatics. Cast joins you in the lobby for pictures after the show. Ends April 5. Schubert Theater, Chicago, IL (since renamed)
Good strong Mai-Tais, but not big enough to justify $7 each. Good food – I had the mahi mahi breaded in almonds with a lime sauce. Good friendly service – did a birthday thing for Sarah. Excellent bar mix. Go at least once. Cool decor. Watch the cooks behind glass grilling. Closed 2005. Boo hoo.
Four day Cruise on Royal Caribbean to Nassau, Bahams, Coco Cay ( Royal Caribbean’s private island), Key West ( fun, want to go back. ) Went with Elizabeth P and the Walkingtons. The kids ( teen girls ) loved it – best vacation ever. Highly recommend for families with older kids.
We attended the ceremony in the square, followed by a parade, attended by a dwindling number of men who have seen real action, and returned as heroes. We watched mostly as bystanders, thankful, but removed by time from these old soldiers. Today we remembered those that didn’t return. Cheryl Wormley of the Woodstock Independent gave… Continue reading Memorial Day 1998