He’s been thinking about visiting Charleston since we saw Scott’s BBQ (yes Hemingway South Carolina) on Parts Unknown (new season starting this week). Now I’m making plans. I’m using the OR/WA template as opposed to the Louisiana template because this will be a slightly longer trip.
First Day of OR/WA Trip: Fly into Seattle, drive 60 minutes to Olympia (the state capital), drive 2.5 hour to Hood River, old board head barley wine @ full sail
First Day of NC/SC Trip: Fly into Charlotte, drive 90 minutes to Columbia (the state capital), eat po’boy @ bourbon, drive two hours to Charleston
Second Day of OR/WA Trip: Bike the fruit loop
Second Day of NC/SC Trip: Walk around Charleston
Third Day of OR/WA Trip: Drive to Willamette Valley via Columbia Gorge
Third Day of NC/SC Trip: Drive to Magnolia Gardens
Fourth Day of OR/WA Trip: Drive to Tillamook via elk cove (see picture above) & willakenzie, hike cape lookout
Fourth Day of NC/SC Trip: Drive to Middleton Place
Even though I lived in Chicago for three years, I was never that interested in Mexican food to be honest. When I traveled in Mexico, I loved the ceviche but that says more about my love for raw fish than anything else. Watching Claudia cook throughout this season of masterchef has inspired me to try a bit harder. My first pick: xola!
img src=Toronto Life (A TRIO OF GORDITAS: HUITLACOCHE, CHICKEN AND CHORIZO AND POTATO)
masterchef junior is insane! I thought I was mature for my age when I was a kid but these kids are crazy. I like the Jenna Lyons lookalike.