What’s up, Posse folks? Hope everyone is doing well. We are heading up to see son at college, then farther afield to see some of my family. So I was wondering: When you’re traveling through areas that you’re not familiar with, how do you handle eating on the road?
Do you stick to tried-and-true chains that you know, do you research local favorites before you go, or do you just plain wing it and stop at any mom-and-pop or hole-in-the-wall eateries that catch your fancy?
I think we’ll do a little of it all; taking to the chains when on the interstate and trying to make time, and then making some stops with local flavor. In one town we’ll be in, we already know of a good pizzeria with fabulous garlic rolls, so you know that I’m stopping there, bread lover that I am.
Are any of you in or familiar with the southwest Virginia area? At one point, we’ll be in Roanoke/ Christiansburg and environs, and if anyone has any suggestions, we’d be most grateful.
Perfume-wise, as we’ll be heading into cooler climes than ours, I’m hoping to wear some of my fall beauties, at least in the evenings on our road trip. Maybe even pull out the smoky vanillas, the Bois des Iles, or maybe even the Coromandel if the temps drop enough!
Hope everyone has a great week!!