Tomorrow Will Be A More Content-Filled Day

I’ve just arrived home, the first time in my house since a week ago yesterday, well except for that 45-minute period last Thursday when I packed ever-so-quickly for Savannah. I’m busy trying to put my life back in order so I’ve decided to wait until tomorrow to post. By tomorrow I’ll have hash-related content, as well as non-hash-related content. Oh Boy!

Paulie [eatl/ga]

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16 Responses to Tomorrow Will Be A More Content-Filled Day

  1. Barb says:

    we left at 0730 – and I made it to work by noon. My head is so not in the mood to be here. Great times all weekend.

    We had almost 70 people for our Wheelhopper! That was crazy.

    I don’t think I will be drinking Yuengling & Natty Light for at least a few days.

  2. Oh wow, I didn’t realize that you were working today Barb. Wheelhopper was a lot of fun. I too will be abstaining from consumption of Yuengling for awhile.

    I left Savannah after 0800 and was home around 12:30 — I’m a fairly slow driver especially with a bike on the roof.

  3. Barb says:

    yep – had to BEG to get a half day today. it isn’t the time of year for me to get time off.
    It was worth it though – that Packers bar was a blast last night, but I’m glad we left at half time, seeing that the Packers won.

  4. Ah. I’m still off today and plan to take a week-from-Friday off as well. It’s not the best time for me to spend this much time out of my office but that’s the way it is.

    I wonder how long Eunuch stayed. I know that he probably could care less who won, but it might have been funny to see him eat some crow. I left at half-time too and for the third night in a row “intended” to go out and find fun but went to sleep instead. I’ll recap it all tomorrow.

    So I never remembered to ask, are you two thinking of Panama in 2013? I just tried to add my name to the early-pledge list and was apparently too late. Oh well, I’ll sign up when registration opens.

  5. Barb says:

    considering Panama yes – but didn’t pre-register. I didn’t even know there was an early pledge list, but that is okay, since I’m not sure if we will go.

  6. I had just heard at breakfast this morning and figured what the hell. Speaking of breakfast I saw your comment about the hotel breakfasts. Interesting, my hotel was decent but nothing grand — eggs, bacon, pancakes, potato cakes (which I really liked), and I think toast, oatmeal, and grits.

  7. Stacy Fox says:

    As you can imagine, I was quite pleased the Packers won. I’m a little exhausted today – by time we made our way back home, it was nearly 1am! – but it was worth it. What was really crazy is how many Falcons fans left early and when the game was over, the crowd exiting must’ve been at least 75% Packers. I reckon it WAS a bit tacky in-your-face to chant “Go Pack Go” on the way out as they did….but as it was my time, I didn’t mind. 🙂

    I’m glad y’all had a good time at IAH. I’m hoping to see lots more photos and stories from you all soon!

  8. I left the bar at half-time and fell asleep in my hotel before the game ended. I’ll tell many stories tomorrow, but will have no photos. I don’t think that’d be fair to those in attendance, but more importantly I didn’t bring my camera.

  9. Martha says:

    Gald to hear you survived, based on Friday’s blog and today’s late post, I was starting to get concerened you had grown too old to hang with the hash (lord knows I am). Sounds like everyone had a good time.

    My weekend was boring, ran 10 Saturday, then 20 Sunday…Considering I upped my weekly milage by 100% I’m feeling pretty good today. However, if I had had the strenght yesterday, I would have strangled Jerry when he woke me up from my nap to ‘help’ him chop onions for chili???

    We’re out of town this coming weekend, we’ve rented a cabin (with another couple) at Pine Mountain. It’s the first time we’ve left town since a trip to Indy back in May (maybe?).

    Ugh, had the worst lunch today…reminded me of a place that would be featured on Kitchen Nightmares…

  10. You’ll find out tomorrow just how much I can no longer hang. 😉 I had all intentions of writing before leaving Savannah, but decided to get the hell out of Dodge, well Savannah, since the weather forecast was so lousy.

    Where did you go for lunch? I’d like to avoid such places if possible.

  11. Barb says:

    Doubletree had barely more than continental breakfast, Inn at Ellis Sq. had some biscuits & gravy, sausage patties, hard boiled eggs & the usual toast & bagels. Your hotel won – you had BACON!

    Stacy- glad you got to go to the game & the Pack won, makes it so much more fun to stay up way too late on a Sunday night. I like both teams, so didnt treally matter who won, but when I hang with my Packers friends, I have to root for the Falcons – it just makes it more interesting.

  12. I guess that I did win then. 🙂

    I went to the bar because:

    1) I’d gone to the baseball stadium Friday and Saturday nights
    2) It was raining and supposed to rain more
    3) The food on Friday and Saturday nights was mediocre, though I heard Sunday’s low-country boil was much better
    4) I correctly thought that going to the Packer bar to watch the game would be fun — like a little bit of Cheddarhead minus the bowling.

  13. Jenka says:

    David and I are not drinking for the month of October, so as you can imagine, our weekend was pretty low-key. 🙂

    We go to Savannah 3-4 times per year. Out of curiosity, which hotel was this that had the magical breakfast?

  14. Paulie [eatl/ga] says:

    I stayed at the Four Points by Sheraton. Be warned that with parking and taxes I paid about $180/night.

  15. Barb says:

    Jenka – I don’t think it was magical – it just had bacon, which the other 2 main hotels didn’t. If you want a magical breakfast (imho) go to the Breakfast Club on Tybee, it is worth the wait in line or, for the Riverfront area, I like Huey’s.

    and yes – Mango said the low country boil was REALLY good, but I’m not a huge shrimp fanatic, so I dont’ really care that I missed it.

    and – how can you not like all those Packers songs they played – It was a really fun time at that bar.

  16. Jenka says:

    Actually, for breakfast I’m a big fan of B. Matthews on Bay Street, or Clary’s Diner on Abercorn for your basic eggs and pancakes. We always bring our dog, so we stay at the East Bay Inn, which is a cute smaller inn that allows dogs, and they have free hors d’oeuvres and wine every evening, and free breakfast every morning (continental with sausages – no bacon). Never been to Huey’s will have to check it out next time we go!

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