Monday, July 28, 2008

Road Trip

As you read this, I'm on the road to southwest Nebraska to visit my in-laws. Since I hate taking photos for my blog, I've hired a photographer for the trip. I just have to pay her in Jelly Belly Jelly Beans, play the occasional Johnny Cash song for her, and abstain from listening to any NPR podcasts. I can manage all three, especially playing Mr. Cash.

I've already started thinking about where we'll eat. We're considering these following options:

Brookville Hotel

Brookville Hotel

Al’s Chickenette

Cozy Inn

Gella’s Diner and Liquid Bread Brewing Company

Take care,
muddy waters


Steve O said...

If you find yourself anywhere near Hays, KS anywhere near dinner time, or lunch, or any other meal which lends itself to a beer, you have got to stop at Gella's Diner. Crazy good food and a huge selection of their beers on tap. Almost worth the drive all by itself.

muddywaters said...


Thanks for responding. My daughter and I did stop at Gella's Diner. I didn't have any beer this trip, but I always like ordering the sampler. They always have some interesting seasonal brews.

They also have some great side dishes. There aren't many places that serve a good creamed corn. I'm a fan of their fried bread that is served with warm maple syrup and a sunflower seed pesto. Good food to warm the tummy on a bitter, winter day when the wind whips across the plains.