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Jethro's Fine Grub - Redemption in the form of French toast

My last week’s trip to Jethro’s Fine Grub has been both disappointing and embarassing; disappointing because their gorgeous-looking, humongous Gold Rush Pancakes was overloaded with baking soda and had a rather unpleasant after-taste, embarassing because I could hardly get through even 1/2 of my plate. 520 more words


Jethro's Fine Grub - Glutton for punishment

Well, I’ve done it. I’ve allowed my gluttony to get the best of me, and I’ve ended up completely humiliated myself. Let me explain. After the rather disappointing lunch that I’ve had at Yolk’s, where I raged about the tiny half-waffle that I got served for my Chicken & Waffles, I decided that it was time that I find a place that actually served proper portions of food, a place where I actually had a chance of getting full. 749 more words



November finally ended, and not a day too soon. Still managed to read some, and honestly I probably should have spent my time in more productive ways. 685 more words


Passing of the Pioneers

A further ten Western District pioneers move onto the Pioneer Obituary Index this month with some joining their family members. That is the case with the families of Lesser, Cole, Kirkwood and Learmonth.  2,419 more words

Pioneer Obituaries


 Title: Dunbar

Writer: Edward St. Aubyn

 Publishing House: Penguin Random House

  Date of Publication:October 24th 2017

  Rating: 2.5 stars

Time for a lesson in the History of Theatre and a few of the greatest actors of all time. 998 more words

Merry Autumn by Paul Laurence Dunbar

It’s all a farce,—these tales they tell
About the breezes sighing,
And moans astir o’er field and dell,
Because the year is dying.

Such principles are most absurd,— 214 more words


"Dunbar" Book Review

“Betrayal was especially bitter since loyalty had always been one of the hallmarks of this astonishing ascent.”
– Dunbar by Edward St Aubyn

Title: Dunbar… 477 more words