Washington couldn’t lie, he was craving a Parisienne Burger. Attacking on empty stomachs was simply uncivilized. So they got in their boats and crossed over. He was a little miffed that a spot of aioli had wound up on his coat and would be visible to the many Hessian prisoners taken that night. In any event, getting to the rocket is worth any effort that must be undertaken.
Lunch on Thayer today. Dinner at the Pawtucket Wintertime Farmers Market. Late night voyage being considered by Mission Control.
Local stuff on board today . . . Butternut Squash from Silverbrook Farm, Apples from Hill Orchards, Yacht Club sodas, Seven Stars Bakery Pain die Mie, Silver Star Bakery hamburger buns.
Okay you’ve reached the bottom, here you find out that if you are one of the first nine customers today to come to the rocket and confess to chopping down the cherry tree, you are entitled to a free Chocolate Dipped Espresso Shortbread Cookie with a purchase for being so honest.