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Tuesday, December 27, 2016

Tucked Away . . .

a lunch counter

in a one time hometown pharmacy

no pharmacy or pharmacist on board

but the pharmacists daughter

kept the doors open when her dad died

and created one of the best lunch corners around

salads, egg salad, ham cheese, turkey swiss, grilled cheese sandwiches

a cup or bowl of soup or chili

lime soda, root beer floats, ice cream

vintage, old fashioned everything

dishes, bar stools, chairs, tables, memorbillia everywhere

let the pictures tell the story


 
 


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
we enjoyed our lunch
my brother flies back home to Iowa tomorrow
a special week indeed
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9 comments:

coffeeontheporchwithme said...

That looks like a really neat little place! What was the green drink? -Jenn

eileeninmd said...

Hello, Lynne! what a great place. I remember going to our local pharmacy lunch counter. I hope you had a great Christmas and visit with your brother. Enjoy your day and the week ahead! I wish you all the best in 2017, Happy New Year!

Jeanie said...

OK, so if I ever get over to your side of the state for a face-to-face, can we go there? This spot looks so fun, so charming -- and what's not to love about egg salad?

So glad you and your brother are having fun!

Kim said...

So charming...looks like something out of a Frank Capra movie! Enjoy your brother's visit!

Beth @ PlantPostings said...

Oh, now that is sweet! It looks like the perfect place to meet and visit with friends and dear ones. Blessings to you and yours!

MarmePurl said...

Awesome. The lunch counters with its treasures and your brother, the best of treasures.

Tanna said...

And, such a wonderful story these photos tell!! So nice to share time with siblings!! Special times. Wishing you and yours all the best this coming year, Lynne!! blessings and hugs ~ tanna

Missy George said...

What a cute little place..Very warm and homey..We had a pharmacy in the town where I grew up that was very similar..We would stop in after school every day before going home..Hugs

Melanie said...

I love little places like this - usually have great food and so inviting and cozy. Hope you had a great Christmas!