Jerry and I get around. In 2011, we moved from the USA to Spain. We now live near Málaga. Jerry y yo nos movemos. En 2011, nos mudamos de EEUU a España. Ahora vivimos cerca de Málaga.
Sweets, Beans, and Whiskey / Dulces, Frijoles, y Whisky
I’VE FINALLY COME to the end, I think, of my photos from our trip in August and September to Northern Norway. But if I want to fill myself with love, gratitude, and smiles, all I have to do is look again at the photos. So I do. A magnificent country. Delectable food. And a loving, kind, interesting, generous, and joyful family — with all the best qualities of San Geraldo.
FINALMENTE HE LLEGADO al final, creo, de mis fotos de nuestro viaje en agosto y septiembre al norte de Noruega. Pero si quiero llenarme de amor, gratitud y sonrisas, todo lo que tengo que hacer es mirar nuevamente las fotos. Así que hago. Un pais magnífico. Comida deliciosa. Y una familia amable, interesante, generosa, y alegre — con las mejores cualidades de San Geraldo.
From Brooklyn, New York; to North Massapequa; back to Brooklyn; Brockport, New York; back to Brooklyn... To Boston, Massachusetts, where I met Jerry... To Marina del Rey, California; Washington, DC; New Haven and Guilford, Connecticut; San Diego, San Francisco, Palm Springs, and Santa Barbara, California; Las Vegas, Nevada; Irvine, California; Sevilla, Spain. And Fuengirola, Málaga..
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24 thoughts on “Sweets, Beans, and Whiskey / Dulces, Frijoles, y Whisky”
Good food, good friends, good fun.
I wish they lived closer.
‘Tried to corrupt me’….my foot!! LOL
I think it may be time for me to go back to those ‘single malt whisky’ days!!
SG looks to be in HEAVEN! And I can see why…….old photos and relatives helping him through this journey. Why was it, I am wondering, that people never put names on back of photos? Seems to be universal, eh?
Time for some licorice! These look wonderful.
Thanks for sharing this Norway trip, Mitch.
The photos were in a box from Elin’s mother. Elin had once asked why she didn’t identify anyone on the backs and her mother said, “Well, I know who they are.”
Such great people. What a family.
Mitchell, either you’re pulling a fast one on us, or someone pulled a fast one on you.
It’s not marsmellows, it’s tractoreggs 😀😀
I always thought tractors were mammals!
Actually, tractors are like platypussies.
I should have listened in Biology. Had no idea!
Check the caption on the next photo. Hay and/or barley bales.
Oops! Didn’t catch the parentheses. My apologies.
Please… no apologies necessary.
Your first sip of Jameson! An important day in any boy’s life.
Today I am a man.
I was going to say, with whiskey and beans….the air pressure might change.
Fortunately, I only had the whiskey. UNfortunately, SG only had the beans.
did they succeed in corrupting you? I’d pass on the whiskey, but ooooooh, the licorice and the chocolates! OM NOM NOM NOM!
I’m still as pure as the driven snow. I drank my one small whisky in the time it took them to drink three each.
Walt the Fourth,
Before Jerry, I was concerned I was drinking too much. I decided that since I’d didn’t like whiskey, I would order A Manhattan when I was out, which would ensure I’d drink slowly and only have one drink. Well, the first half of the Manhattan was a bit of a challenge but by the time I got through that one, the next 2 or 3 went down like water. It was a short-lived exercise.
Lovely photos – especially San Gerardo enjoying this breakfast ❤️
Blech! But, yeah, the smile is nice.