for lunch. We got there about 40 minutes before the cafe closed, because they are only open from 11 am to 2 pm.
We started with water, and after we ordered (see PDF menu here), I took many photos from our vantage point in the upper level of the museum cafe.
I ordered a turkey, brie, and pear sandwich on rye with soup of the day, which was corn chowder.
while Sally opted for crepes and house salad.
I took half my sandwich home, but stopped to take a photo of the tempting desserts the server offered us.
I was glad that I had taken this photo or I would not have known the date we were there, or remembered that the soup of the day was corn chowder. I had wanted to go on the weekend for the brunch menu, but we had to postpone our visit due to other commitments.
I will share the photos from the museum on Wednesday. As much as I would like to join Julia at WOYWW, I believe in reciprocity, and frankly don't have time to spend on my very slow computer joining in on that large party that often takes two days of nearly constant computer time.
Now it's your turn to share your direct link to your drink related post. Remember, as long as there is some mention (and hopefully a photo/sketch/postcard/drawing/movie/painting, etc) of a drink, any post is acceptable. And I want to thank each and every participant last week for making our third birthday/anniversary such a wonderful success.
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Please check out my Previous Collaborations link above to see what projects I have been involved in over the past seven years. Current and ongoing projects only are shown below.
Occasionally, Silent Sunday will showcase photos of my home, neighborhood, or community. A picture is often worth a thousand words.
Feelfree to drop by every second Thursday of the month for my Second Thursday Tutorials. They are interspersed with my other Tutorials found at the link above.
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