Nancy and Brad, I did have a naked bite–the sausage itself is rather mild, not gamey, and lightly seasoned. It’s Maple Farms brand, I think. I haven’t seen the sausage for sale in retail stores, but if I do I’ll get some. Dr. Dawg also has a lot of other stuff on the menu to try, such as tamales, Italian beef sandwiches, and no-bean chili. I’m very intrigued by this.
bb, The candy was very good–I bought it for the dinner party later in the evening, so we broke the box open and nibbled a bit. The candies were mostly fruit-flavored creams, but unfortunately, the guest who hates coconut got the coconut cream candy. I got a tasty strawberry cream. Tasty stuff, but Beerntsen’s is more well-known for its specialty candies: fairy food, truffles, nut clusters, etc. Next time I’ll mix it up a bit more.
Jim, that park seems like a great place to bike, and I saw quite a few bikers zooming around at times. The park also seems to be very popular with campers, including some who seem to have established (semi-)permanent residence on the grounds (with mailboxes, too.). Must be nice to wake up, walk to the beach, hop on the bike, etc. I wonder if that can count as a “primary residence” on the census form….