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Saturday, December 06, 2008

Nowthen Minnesota

Yes, I'm actually on the computer on the weekend. It's hard for me to believe too. Anyway...

Tonight, we had dinner in a town called Nowthen. I'm not kidding. Nowthen was the name of this super small Minnesota town. I had the Nowthen Melt (turkey, ham, cream cheese with dijon mustard, pannini style) and it was good. There's not much in Nowthen. But I do recommend the Nowthen Melt.

Oh, it was also five degrees in Nowthen. Five degrees kids. But I've found that once you get lower than 20 degrees, you can't really tell the difference between 20 and five.

Justin's Aunt and Uncle live there. That's where we parked the Silly Car for the winter. We got it washed, dried, covered and stored until April or May of next year.

Have fun Silly Car in Nowthen. Try the melt!

4 comments:

MEG said...

"But I've found that once you get lower than 20 degrees, you can't really tell the difference between 20 and five."

Let me know how this theory holds up when it's -20. ;)

Jessi said...

I did give the range of 20 and five. But It was seven degrees when we got our tree on Sunday, and I could tell. So maybe I change it to 20 and 10.

We are so not prepared for the winter. We suck!

Todd said...

5 degrees...holy...f#*%king...crap. That's just not right. The Nowthen Melt sounds good though.

MEG said...

Bad formatting in my first message...should have read negative 20.