Speak, Memory (More Clearly)

Lt. Stine changed his mind, came with us – me, Bernie, Suzie – to the Dry Gulch Steakhouse and Saloon after all. Has the Dry Gulch come up yet? Maybe in Dog On It? Or possibly Thereby Hangs A Tail? So much to remember! But the point is it’s a great place and they like me and I like them. At first – this was on the patio, the tiles nice and cool underneath me – I was so busy with the steak tips that I missed a lot of the back-and-forth, but it was all about the petroglyph thieves and Bernie asking them nicely to stop and then the knife came out and after that did the fur fly! Whatever that means, since I was the only one with fur and it remained on me the whole time, completely intact – and kind of thick and glossy, if you don’t mind me tooting my own horn. Whatever that means. How else would you play a horn? Not that I can, of course, but I love the trumpet, especially when Roy Eldridge is playing. Bernie says they called him Little Jazz, can’t remember why. But I almost can. It’s very very close. Do you ever get that feeling in your head?


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5 Responses to “Speak, Memory (More Clearly)”

  1. Diane Brodson
    4:19 am on June 9th, 2009

    Laughing out loud here. I get that feeling in my head more often these days….

    and why am I always hungry after reading Chet's blog?

  2. B. Stover
    4:48 am on June 9th, 2009

    What's even worse is when you forget that you've forgotten.

  3. C. Harris
    7:42 am on June 9th, 2009

    Wow…they say the way to a man's heart is through his stomach but you take the cake, Chet. And probably you've done that literally somewhere in your past. Your blog is like reading a food diary. Do you actually have dog food that you eat? Are you a kibble guy or canned food type? I know people food is the best but it isn't the best for a dog (so the experts say…but the experts might be financed by the dog food industry).

  4. Rebecca Rice
    7:43 am on June 9th, 2009

    If it's age, then I'm old, because I do that too. I always leave this page feeling in the mood for ribs, which is not good for the weight watcher in me.

  5. Tess
    7:02 am on February 24th, 2010

    I say Chet weighs 125, my husband says 100….what's the scoop?

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