Wednesday, December 23, 2009

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Christmas in Hawaii
Planning on escaping to the warm tropical temperatures of Hawaii for Christmas?

Often we think of Christmas time, sitting by a warm fireplace sipping on eggnog or hot cocoa after a long day of shoveling snow from our driveway.

Hawaii is an exotic getaway from the cold, dreary and miserable Wintery season. At least for a week or two, an escape to Hawaii is the ultimate Christmas present.

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Happy National Zucchini Day!
August 8 is National Zucchini Day or "Sneak Some Zucchini onto Your Neighbors' Porch Day." Due to overzealous planting of zucchini, citizens are asked to drop off baskets of the squash on neighbors' doorsteps. This might annoy some neighbors, but a nicer holiday than the "Place a Flaming Brown Paper Bag with Dog Poop on You Neighbors' Porch Day."

National Zucchini day is not to be confused with the April 24th; this is National Zucchini Bread Day.

How did this holiday originated?

Tom and Ruth Roy of Pennsylvania came up with the holiday along with 90 plus holidays that are out of the ordinary.

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Al's Hamburger Shop in Green Bay, Wisconsin
Located under a sign that says, "Al's Hamburgers Eat" is a small white building sandwiched between two larger buildings. In all accounts, it is called "Al's Hamburger Shop." This small building looks as if it were an after thought (and maybe it was) added to where an alley separated the two other buildings.

Al's is a Green Bay landmark that "must visit" for tourist.

Al's Hamburger Shop has been around since 1934. A narrow building with a counter on one side of the room and about ten bar stools. Across from the counter (within a few steps from the bar stools), four booths are located by the other wall. The decor is what one would expect from a diner of the 1930's. The prices aren't 1930's, but very reasonable.

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