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Old 07-18-2015, 03:06 PM   #31
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No I haven't. But I will be happy to do it tomorrow. Right now I am going to be headed to bed. I had a huge supper at Belle Isle Diner of Fried Clams with a pile of onion rings. I don't like FF. So they gave me extra rings. And for taking home is a huge Lobster Roll sitting in my fridge for my lunch tomorrow.


Belle Isle rocks!!

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Old 07-18-2015, 05:07 PM   #32
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Belle Isle rocks!!
That is where all the chefs of Boston go for their seafood. And to think I can get there when I have the money on my scooter. About five minutes from my door. My daughter spent over $100 for just the three of us last night. Well worth every cent. Everyone should have a Belle Isle in their life. They were really crowded last night. While we stood in line to give our order, Deech went into the dining room, saw a table with two folks just sitting there enjoying the last of their drink and stared them down into leaving. We were going to sit out on the deck. Two cold and windy. And it was overcast. No sunset to see. And then there is the bakery next door.

On one side of the bridge is Winthrop Harbor and the other side are two mating swans that return every year.

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