If I weren't surrounded by INOs I'd probably care. But to me it's just a burger. Probably b/c it's right there. I crave what I can't have. Fatburger is pretty good. We have a Slaters 50/50 (half ground beef, half ground bacon) and that is pretty darn tasty. I'm trying to think of what else....we have Rocky's in PB, that's tasty. Oh and Hodad's. I'd take Hodad's over INO any day. And if you go to the one in OB it's just got that great vibe going on. OB is one of the last beach towns to be an authentic laid back beach town/area, imho. That's why they freaked out so much when a Starbuck's was going in. There were protests. By hippies. Homeless hippies. God bless their hearts.
Redding sucks. The area up around there is beautiful, but not much of a town .
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I just wish there were a way for the Pacific NW to be as green but with more sunshine. To me it's just about the perfect place to live with all those trees, salmon, camping, etc. But, while I can handle rain, being gray all the time? No way. Can't do it. Being in San Diego for the last 8+ years has made the concept of moving up there (which I've often considered) even less likely. Too bad they can't be like Hawaii. Kauai is SUPER green. And it rains all the time. But it's like an on and off switch. Perfectly sunny, then BAM, torrential downpour. Then it's gone. Works for me.
I haven't eaten meat in several months and now I'm craving a juicy burger. MMmmmmm, cow flesh.
Please forgive me...this cubicle has stolen portions of my mind and my soul