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Friday, 15 June 2007


Wandering Chopsticks

Hehe, even if I hadn't known in advance where you were going...I recognize the Renaissance building. :)


Ah, the GM building used to be someplace else in downtown, WC. The Renaissance Center is a tad obvious... but at least it was the last photograph that cinched it.


i couldn't get it from the clues, but the galubki and chrusciki reminded me of my dear old departed polish grandmother...


I'm originally from Detroit area(Taylor)and recognized most of your clues. Tiger Stadium is a strange ghost monument these days.



Well, I'm glad you got some good memories out of the food photographs, dave. I suppose that is more what this Blog is about anyhow. :)
Ah, Greg...yep. I remember when the old Stadium was in its glory- and I could ride my bike down Michigan Avenue from home (lived at about 52nd but north of I-94), parked it outside, on Trumbull, paid $2 for bleacher seats...and when I came out after the game, my bike was still there.
Since we all have to live somewhere, San Diego is a great place to be. I've never had to own a lawnmower- or snow shovel- in my entire adult life!

Alice Q. Foodie

uh, I don't know - Detroit?? :-)


You got it, Ms. Q...but did you know because of the potato chip factoid, City Chicken or..oh..Chrysler/Ford/GM...? Plus, I suppose you have been following the blog...

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