This episode of Traveling Sugar is brought to you by a left over photo from the last post. Hot kettle corn and cold stadium beer—it really does taste better at $7.50 a glass.
I never said I had a good sense of direction, and last week Cha Cha and I drove through three states (getting a speeding ticket just as we were about to pass "Go") on a get-me-the-hell-out-of-here birthday driveabout.
Getting lost was a lot more fun than getting found.
Beau the English Labrador has a better sense of direction than I do and offered to drive when I got lost in the Rural Route 1 parking lot—free popcorn cones for mom on Mother's Day.
Follow the Cha Cha icons (Chachacons) and see if you can guess where I am. Seriously, where am I?
Children are mixing copper kettles of crazy corn.
President Grant is giving me directions and fudge recipes.
He got this from the king of Belgium.
There are trays of fruit being dipped in chocolate.
And trays of fruit being dipped in caramel and white chocolate, then rolled in Nutter Butters.
Caleb carefully packed a Nutter Butters gourmet apple I got for Carol's daughter. Does the t-shirt help? Caleb is originally from Darlington (The Pearl of the Pecatonica River.)
This sort of nonsense was readily available. I could kick myself for not getting a pair for Lisa.