Burning Bridges

This is one of those shots that looks so much better if you click the pic to see it bigger.

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  1. Your ability to visualize, and to make those visuals both virtual and real, continually fill me with wonder and amazement. Thank you for sharing these inner treasures with us. ♥

    • Hi George,Many of the nicer sushi restaurants in the area serve goudeck sashimi. Rikki Rikki (Kirkland) and Wasabi Bistro (Belltown) come to mind. If you’re looking for some cooked goudeck, I know that Elliot’s Oyster House in Seattle serves it as an appetizer, though we weren’t terribly impressed with the dish we had. If you make it down to Shelton, check out Xinh’s Clam & Oyster House. She does many excellent things with goudeck! Please let us know if you find any other restaurants preparing cooked goudeck in the area!

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  3. that Andrew said I was making a big deal out of the pic. I said if this was so, then, by all means, rdporeuce the convo I had with him so others can see how much of a big deal I actually made. By all means, ask Andrew for permission. I’ve given you my half of it.And yes, I was banned from Arcadia for reproducing my correspondence with him. I’ve talked about it with him since, and we’ve buried the hatchet. You can confirm that with him, too, if you like.

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