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Talk about perfect timing. I was in Tucson, Arizona on business this week. The weather was absolutely beautiful even with a brief period of rain on my first day there.

I went out to dinner with my good friend and former boss, Doug, and his wife, Leah to America’s oldest Mexican restaurant, the El Charro Cafe.

It is a small, rather cramped place. And busy! But the service is good and the food is excellent! I had the Enchelladas Tres Mole and absolutely loved it. Be warned, though, the portions are huge! This is one of those “must eat at” places if you are ever in Tucson.

On my way back home to London, though, I had to stop in Washington, DC. No big deal, right?

Well, because of the holiday travel season, the first flight I could get out of DC to go home was on Sunday morning.

Guess what came on Saturday.

Yep, a huge nor’easter blowing in LOTS of snow. In fact, they are calling it “historic” on the news this morning. They have issued the first blizzard warning in the area since 1899.

There are no planes flying out at the moment. I can’t wait to see what happens to my scheduled flight tomorrow!

I’m stuck in my hotel, the restaurant in the hotel is mediocre at best and is not open for supper. Last night was Domino’s. How sad is that?

Anyway, fingers are crossed that I can get out of here tomorrow. In the meantime, though, I am looking forward to lunch with my good friends, John Fenzel and Lyle Hunger if they can make it. But, judging by the current road conditions, not looking good.

So, as always, remember: Life is a Sandwich (even if it’s cold). Eat it Up!


View from the hotel room, Washington, DC.

View from the hotel room, Washington, DC.

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