Quito and Quesadillas . . .

One of my website client’s called yesterday afternoon asking permission to give my phone number and email address to a friend of his who wanted some website work done. I told him to tell his friend to give me a call.

So a little after noon today the guy gave me a call.

From Quito, Ecuador!

He’s an American who owns a Bed and Breakfast down there, and also does some immigration work, and he wants some updates done to his websites, and also some help getting higher in the Google listings. So it looks like I’ve got a new client, albeit a longer distance one than normal.

On the strange side, a little before 3pm Jan and I heard a sizzling pop in the rig, and then a few seconds later smelled something getting hot. She thought the sound came from my side of the rig and I thought it came from hers.

I started checking everything electrical in the rig with no luck. Nothing that was on quit working, or smelled burnt. And in a little while the smell was gone and never reoccurred.

So I guess I’ll just have to keep a close eye on things and see if it comes back.

About 5pm Nick and Terry, and Jan and I headed into Savannah to have dinner. Since we were all wanting Mexican (except for Nick, who tolerates Mexican to keep the rest of us happy), we ending up at Jalapeno’s Mexican Restaurant. Jalapeno’s is pretty much at the top of everyone’s list of best Mexican in Savannah, and after eating there this evening we all agree.

Jalapenos Mexican Restaurant

Nick said it was the best Shrimp Quesadilla he has ever eaten, and the Combo Platter that Terry, Jan, and I had was just fantastic.

And we weren’t the only ones who liked the place. The parking lot was overflowing, with cars parked on the grass, on the road shoulder, and in front of No Parking signs.

We all agreed we wanted to come back here before we leave.

So many restaurants, so little time.

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Thought for the Day:

Education is when you read the fine print. Experience is what you get if you don’t. – Pete Seeger

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4 Responses

  1. Since the other link didn’t work, HAPPY BIRTHDAY Jan,

    Butch and Fonda Williams

  2. Happy Birthday, Jan.

  3. Thanks.

  4. Thanks, Joan

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