Sunday, December 2, 2012

Glacial Speed Cruising

Remember how I mentioned that our glacial mode of cruising allows us to really explore an area?   Today we ate lunch at a place we pass often.  Willie's Wee Nee Wagon.  Their motto is "We relish your bun".  I had their pork chop sandwich, mainly because I'd never heard of such a thing.  Willie will pay you $2,000 if you can find a better pork chop sandwich in Glynn County, Georgia.  Well, let me tell you, that was one of the best sandwiches I've ever had, and at age 62, I've eaten well over 20,000 sandwiches.

Pam had a Polish sausage sandwich that she really liked too.

You can find Willie's Wee Nee Wagon on Facebook.

Pam and I are finding out that Brunswick has a lot of really, really good local restaurants.  Most are small out of the way places that you have to look hard for, Willie's being an exception on a busy road.

I don't want this to turn into a restaurant review blog, but if I find something truly unusual and different, I will share it to show you how glacial speed cruising has its benefits.  How many cruisers stopping at Brunswick have been to Willie's Wee Nee Wagon, or have seen Confederate Station?  Today will be corn holing at Skippers.

I rest my case.

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