Wednesday, December 11, 2013
An Icy Walk At Quanah Parker Park Before Town Talking With Apple Cider & Monkey Food
I headed west hoping to make it to Town Talk, that being a place I'd not been to since the Saturday after Thanksgiving, and thus I had run out of my much needed yogurt supply.
On the way to Town Talk I parked at the Quanah Parker Park parking lot and had myself a mighty fine time enjoying a mostly ice-free nature walk.
However, as you can see, ice still blankets the ground in the Quanah Parker forest.
I came upon an odd thing along the trail today, which I will blog about later, maybe.
This morning I also had myself a mighty fine time inducing endorphins, aerobically, in the hot tub, with one quick dip in the cool pool.
My treasure hunting at Town Talk was successful. I got three cases of yogurt, some Italian cheese, the name of which I am not remembering right now, but to which I was drawn because it put me in mind of all the tasty stuff I've been having shared with me from Italy lately, via Mr. and Mrs. Galtex.
I also got 6 gallons of apple cider. Last time I was at Town Talk I got two gallons of this cider, not knowing til I tasted it that it was the tastiest apple cider I'd ever tasted. So, today when I saw the Town Talk reader board reading "Apple Cider 6 Gallons for $5" I knew I was going to be coming home with a lot of apple cider.
I did not find any rabbit food today at Town Talk. But I did find some monkey food, in the form of bananas, 19 cents a pound.
I also got a bag of large whole wheat hamburger buns. Those will be put to use in a few minutes in the form of fish burgers.
The lunch gong is sounding.....