It’s not Brussels, that’s for sure. In fact, it was tricky leaving Brussels because airport security just couldn’t figure out what the shoe horn tucked away in the travel bag was until they unpacked everything and took it out.
What a horrible way to die by the hand of a terrorist with a weapon like that.
Hard rain and un-Spring like cold winds on Sunday here in Baltimore but I was warmed by crab cakes and Love Stout out of the pouring rain at Phillips Seafood in the Power Plant. Blew out two umbrellas in the afternoon, something that’s never happened in the other B & B (Brussels and Bellingham).
Monday morning’s just cold, breezy and overcast, and who knows what the weather will be like tomorrow night when the Orioles return home to Camden Yard.
Before more crab cakes, it might be a good idea for me to catch up on what’s happening in Chesapeake Bay. Good place is the venerable Chesapeake Bay Foundation’s Bay Daily.