Yesterday afternoon my wife and I had to pick up Kelcey, our youngest granddaughter. It was a beautiful day and we decided to go for a little drive with the windows open and the wonderful breeze blowing through the vehicle. We didn’t know where we were going. We’d play it by ear and wherever we ended up, that was fine by us.
We made our way out to White City where Kelcey’s dad is wrapping up the building of the new Western Pizza. That, of course, took us through the dreaded “high collision corridor.” Since I was out there last, the speed limit has been lowered to 80, but that didn’t matter to most drivers. Even with the threat of photo radar, vehicles were passing us like I was a 95 year old grandfather out for a leisurely drive. I’m guessing there must be a lot of tickets handed out on that stretch. That photo radar camera must be taking more photos than the paparazzi at Cannes.
After that it was off for a burger at Carl’s Jr. We haven’t had a burger there for a while so, with Kecley’s much needed approval, we thought we’d pop in and have a bite. I must admit, although it was good, it certainly wasn’t my favorite. While we were sitting there we decided to play “who has the best hamburgers” game.
We all decided on #1. That was a given. McDonald’s hit the top of the list. A & W got the nod for #2, with Dairy Queen coming in at #3. Rounding out the top five were Wendy’s at #4 and then Carl’s Jr. at #5. Burger Baron didn’t even make the cut!
After the drive and late lunch we headed home so Kelcey could head out to the back yard and play with Max for a while.
All in all, it was a great day spent with two wonderful ladies!