Monthly Archives: October 2015

All Inclusive – Do You Get Your Money’s Worth?

We’re a week away from flying down to Cabo for a week of sun and relaxation, which is perfect timing since the temperatures in Colorado have decided to tumble.  One of the decisions that we have left to make is … Continue reading

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Pumpkin-Sage Shrimp

We made this as an appetizer for our Halloween party, but it would be just as good over a bed of linguine noodles.  The original recipe called for bay scallops, but we chose to use shrimp instead because we couldn’t … Continue reading

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Walking Through Ancient Ruins

Whenever we travel places, regardless of where it is, we tend to try to imagine what it was like hundreds or thousands of years ago.  Fortunately, there are a few places where you don’t have to use your imagination, but … Continue reading

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Spirit of the Season

To say that we’re into Halloween would be the understatement of a lifetime.  We’ve been throwing Halloween parties for twenty years now and every year we add a few more decorations, so we’ve accumulated a lot of really cool things.  … Continue reading

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Traditional Chili (Our Family Recipe)

It is a cold, rainy day here in Colorado today, so chili was an obvious choice for dinner.  We’ve been doing this recipe since the very first year that we met twenty-six years ago, so it is one of our … Continue reading

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The Draw of Something Familiar

We love going to places that we’ve never visited before and learning about the different cultures.  Sometimes, however, it is nice to revisit a place that you’ve been to several times before.  We are heading back to Cabo San Lucas … Continue reading

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We Love Chicago

It seems like forever ago now that our youngest daughter graduated from college and we helped her move to Chicago.  That was certainly a memorable trip, not just because our daughter was moving to a big city, but because it was our … Continue reading

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Pumpkin Bread Pudding (Pumpkin Cookie Recipe)

We were at one of our favorite restaurants last night and they are participating in restaurant week where restaurants create special menus with discounted prices.  The owner is a friend of ours and stopped to talk to us while we … Continue reading

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Wine Tasting in Ronda

There is nothing better than doing a wine tasting, especially when travelling to foreign countries.  Two years ago, we spent two weeks in Estaponia, Spain in the Costa Del Sol.  It was an amazing time travelling throughout the region and … Continue reading

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Take the Chance and Reap the Reward

The old saying is true, without risk there can be no reward.  Perhaps risk is too strong of a word, maybe it should be that if you don’t take the chance, you’ll miss out on a great experience.  There have been several … Continue reading

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