Letters of Introduction
Tuesday, December 31, 2013
Just home from a couple days spent in Regina with Cathy (left) at the Ramada Inn. We visited with Jo Ann (right), another Luther "dormie," and were fortunate enough to be invited to her place for brunch one morning. Besides her fine cooking, I particularly appreciated this cow pitcher containing, of course, cream for our coffee:
We also went out for meals and coffee, and spent one evening at the Freehouse restaurant, which had a restful atmosphere and great food at good prices:
To my disappointment, no one played the piano.
I sat at the "fish" table:
Every time I go to Regina, I like it more.
One pictures it as a low-to-the-ground, square-shaped city, and perhaps it is, but it has a vibrant feel to it and a lot of very pretty architecture.
Also, the Freehouse has truly fabulous food and makes the best caesars I have ever tasted.
Posted by Blondi Blathers at 3:18 PM