A Asian Two’fer, for real this time . . .

Jan and I left the rig this morning about 9:45, heading down south to the Clear Lake area. Jan had one last doctor appointment to take care of, and I had some shopping to do.

But first it was lunch at King Food. We had intended to eat there last week, but at the last minute, Jan changed her mind and we ended up at Twin Peaks. But today there was no last minute change. And it was as delicious as usual. We’re really going to miss this place when we leave the area.

I dropped Jan off at the doctor’s and then headed down the road to spend some time perusing the aisles of the newly-opened Harbor Freight Tools, one of the places, that along with Fry’s Electronics, I can spend a lot of time just wandering up and down the rows.

And of course I found a few things I just had to have.

Next up, I stopped off to get the truck washed. And of course, within 15 minutes of that, it started to rain.

Then I drove over to Wal-Mart for a few things, then I stopped by an O’Reilly’s Auto Parts for a couple of light bulbs.

By now it was time to pick up Jan and head back up to the Katy area. We were hoping to have dinner with Brandi, Lowell, and Landon, but Brandi was still under the weather coming off her flu, so we just got together with Lowell and Landon. We all met right down the road from their house at our new favorite Vietnamese place, Little V’s Vietnamese Bistro. And as usual it was really, really good.

Little V’s is a family-owned place that really goes all out. Everything’s just a little different, and much better. They even make all their own sauces from scratch. And even their Spring Rolls are different. Rather than using the thicker, sticky, translucent wrapper, they use one that’s thinner and not as chewy. And they’re made fresh to order.

Even more, they’re so dedicated to their food, that a different family member sleeps in the restaurant every night so that at 2amthey can start making the stock used in their Pho dishes.

After getting our Landon and Lowell hugs, and after a quick stop for a going-home cappuccino, we got back to the rig a little after 7pm.

We’ve go more bad weather on the way so we’ll see how things go tomorrow.


Thought for the Day:

"Those who will not reason, are bigots, those who cannot, are fools, and those who dare not, are slaves." – Lord George Byron



5 Responses

  1. Little Vs sounds like an incredible place. Wow. Someone sleeping there……. Amazing. You guys have found some great places to eat in so many locations.

  2. next time we are in the Katy area. . .we really gotta check out that restaurant. . .sounds great!

  3. saw this and thought of you
    13-year-old boy runs booming hot sauce businesshttp://www.americanownews.com/story/22080071/13-year-old-boy-runs-booming-hot-sauce-business

  4. Sure hope your daughter will be ok…hubby and I are about 3 weeks out now from when we got it…worst sickness nearly we have had in our adult lives. Has even affected our right legs…mine still won’t work very well…seems to settle in where a place was previously injured. PLUS the awful coughing…hubby is worried a former surgery site has been damaged from the coughing. He has a high fever for several days…all toll, he lost 15 pounds so far from it. GLad the other 2 in the house have escaped. Hope you 2 do as well.

  5. Elizabeth,

    Sorry to hear ya’ll are under the weather.

    I guess so far Jan and I have been lucky. And Lowell and Landon are doing OK too.

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