Monday, September 29, 2014

Bar-B-Q in Blue Springs Missouri

Following the quickest route for our drive from St. Louis Missouri to Omaha Nebraska, we passed through the outskirts of Kansas City Missouri.  Having lived in St. Louis and having worked for both Venture Stores and Montgomery Ward, I’ve been to the Kansas City market many times.  Laurie and I actually honeymooned here...many, many years ago!

In any case, if you are in the KC area, a Bar-B-Q break is a must!  There is nothing like Kansas City Bar-B-Q!   With some exceptions, we prefer it over what is offered in other markets across the country…

Since it was time for lunch, as we approached Kansas City, I looked around for a Bar-B-Q opportunity that wouldn’t require any major deviation from our route.  Then I remembered Zarda’s Bar-B-Q in Blue Springs Missouri.  I’d never eaten here before.
T.J, an associate/friend from Venture Stores and I had eaten right across from Zarda’s a couple of times back in the mid to late 1970’s.  That restaurant was called Bert’s Bar-B-Q and it’s long gone.  The encouraging thing was that Zarda’s is still in business!

Zarda’s Bar-B-Q is a spacious restaurant…and they’ve been in business since 1976.  In addition to the Blue Springs location, they also have another restaurant over in Lenexa Kansas.

At Zarda’s, you order at the counter and they call you when your food is ready.  We had a hard time figuring what to order and a very helpful employee guided us to our choices.  The staff at Zarda’s was very pleasant and friendly.

Laurie ordered the Rib Plate.  Her ribs came with those pickle spears, white bread to sop up the sauce and 2 sides. ($13.99) She chose the baked beans and potato salad for her sides.  The ribs were very good and she enjoyed the beans and potato salad as well!

Note: We both appreciated the fact that our meals were served on real plates…and not paper or cardboard facsimiles! 

Since we had quite a bit of driving left before we got to Omaha and carbs tend to put me to sleep while driving, I just ordered a pound of Burnt Ends. ($15.50) I thought that they were a little pricy but they looked good on the plate.  However, I guess that I’m a bit out of touch.  Back in the day, burnt ends consisted of burnt ends…i.e. bits of meat mixed in with grizzle, pieces of meat on bits of bone, etc.  You had to ‘work’ to eat and enjoy your meal.  Zarda’s burnt ends consisted of little chunks of Bar-B-Q ham and beef…all meat.  My meal was OK but in my opinion, some character and flavor was lacking when compared to the BBQ pork burnt ends of my memory.

Note: I thought that Zarda’s Bold and Spicy Barbeque Sauce was very good!

We would stop at Zarda’s Bar-B-Q again.  I would just stick with the ribs or perhaps I’d try the brisket.  Zarda’s Bar-B-Q is located just a little south of I-70 at 214 North Missouri Highway 7 in Blue Springs.  Phone: 816-229-9999.  Website:

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Thanks for stopping by for a little Bar-B-Q!

Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

Friday, September 26, 2014

Family Moved - Cleveland OH to Omaha NE!

This is a big change!  Our son David II, his wife Amy and our 2 grandsons, David III and Emmett Lee moved from the eastern suburbs of Cleveland Ohio to the west side of Omaha Nebraska!  What was previously a 10.5 hour drive is now a 14.5 – 15 hour drive for us…

The good news is that the move was for a better career opportunity for Amy.  Also, as I mentioned in a previous posting, Laurie’s family is in St. Louis Missouri, just a little over halfway to Omaha on the fastest driving route.

This is a sun-glare impacted photo of their new home in Omaha.  For the first time since the boys have been old enough for it to matter, they are in a neighborhood with sidewalks and with homes close by… In addition, just about any convenience, store or restaurant they might want or need is within a couple of miles from their home.  This is a big change/improvement from their previous location in Ohio.

One big selling point for this home…especially for the boys…was the swimming pool!  The view isn’t too bad either.  That’s a neighborhood soccer field behind the house and both boys love soccer and are on teams!

The family is still unpacking…as they moved into the house just a couple of weeks before we arrived to visit.  Their new kitchen is well laid out with a good island to work on, a counter with bar stools and lots of storage space.
We assisted with the unpacking a bit… Laurie organized several of the kitchen cabinets and I unpacked several boxes of books and put them on shelves.

David II has been completely occupied with the job of settling the family into their home. (Painting, contractors, unpacking, utilities, etc...all of that fun stuff that comes with a family move) Then will come a search for a position with an Omaha law firm... 

This is a photo of one end of their new family room.  The challenge is to find just where to hang all of their art work!  Most of the paintings in this photo were painted by David II’s grandmother Elizabeth and his uncle Bob…my mother and brother.  These are just part of the total number of paintings and drawings that need to be hung.

Did I mention that David II called us when we were about 4 hours away from arrival at their new home?  He told us that there was a ‘little’ problem.  Their HVAC unit had “died” and they didn’t have Internet service either!

This is the gazebo on their deck at the back of the house.  We spent a bit of time relaxing there, glasses of wine in hand!

As for the HVAC problem…based on the age of the equipment, David II had purchased a warranty on the unit when they bought the house.  After some back and forth with the insurance company, a new HVAC unit was installed about a week after our visit.

For an electronically based modern family, no Internet Service was almost as traumatic as the defunct air conditioning unit!  Fortunately, service was back up and running within a couple of days after we arrived… This is Emmett Lee’s home computer station.  Note the Chicago Bears mug on the desk!

This is David III’s computer station… He’s all about gaming and he may even use his computer for homework as well!  In addition to the 4 family computer stations, David II set up a table and a laptop computer for my use during our visit so I could keep up with my blog site.

The family room in the lower level isn’t set up in its final configuration yet but that didn’t stop Emmett and David III from competing is a hot NFL electronic football game!  Emmett is truly into football…and he knows more about the players than most adult football fans.

Amy and David III had to go down to Kansas City for a soccer tournament… David II had to stay home to wait for the Internet provider to make a service call.  So Laurie and I took Emmett Lee over to Lincoln Nebraska for a soccer match.  As you can see from this photo, there was some doubt that we’d actually get the game in.

However, after a 30 minute delay for a little thunder and lightning and some light showers to pass, we got to watch Emmett play soccer.  He is really fast and focused when he plays!

It was the end of the Labor Day weekend and it was time to watch a movie.  The family has a blow-up screen and a projector with a sound system.  While the boys were in the pool, we watched a Superman movie!

Here we are with our grandsons…David III (13), Nana (Laurie), Emmett Lee (10), and Papa (yours truly) The boys are posing in their soccer uniforms… We have terrific grandsons!  It was a great visit and it was really nice seeing the family’s new home! 

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Thanks for stopping by for a visit!

Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Joey B’s Restaurant – St. Louis Missouri

In my last posting, I published family photos from Laurie’s recent family gathering in St. Louis Missouri.  I kept that post ‘pure’, totally sticking with family photos… But now…for the foodies among us…this posting is purely focused on the food and the restaurant.

Laurie’s sister Bonnie had arranged space for our family group at Joey B’s in Concord Plaza on the south side of St. Louis.  In the press of getting 24 or so people together for our dinner, I neglected to take an exterior photo of the restaurant.  As a matter of fact, this is the only interior photo I took…other than the people and the food!  Busy place isn’t it?  Keep in mind that this was on a Wednesday night!

Although there are a number of TV’s mounted around the walls, this restaurant can hardly be termed a sports bar…either in atmosphere or most certainly in its food offerings.  Not to say that one couldn’t party at Joey B’s!  This is just one page of the restaurant’s alcoholic specialty drinks menu.  Just a couple of White Gummi Bear or Dragon Berry Bomb shots…and you’d be flying…at least in your mind!

Joey B’s is all about comfort food…especially Italian comfort food!  To start us out, a few appetizers were ordered for the table. (Note: With 24 people grabbing for the food, our appetizer photos show what’s left after the plates have been savaged by the hungry crowd!) 

This was what was left of one of the orders of Joey B’s Fried Onion Rings…and they were excellent! ($8.99 for 10 of these monster rings)

I requested 5 orders of the Cheese Garlic Bread for the gathering. ($5.59 each) It was plenty cheesy and the garlic wasn’t lacking either…and all 5 orders were consumed in record time! 

Someone else ordered the Fried Pickles with Spicy Ranch Dressing. ($6.99) They were good but in my opinion they weren’t particularly distinctive.  Never the less, they too were quickly devoured!

Pizza was a big item at our family gathering… However, for the uninitiated, you should know that a St. Louis pizza is different from other pizzas that you find around the country.  Whereas most pizza has mozzarella cheese on top of the tomato sauce, in St. Louis its provel cheese!  The taste is completely different…but good luck in finding anyone other than a chain pizza restaurant that sells pizza covered with anything other than provel…

Also, square pizzas are the norm in St. Louis.  This one has pepperoni, Italian sausage and green olives. (Small Cheese $12.59/Large Cheese $13.99)

This version was loaded…bacon, mushrooms, green peppers, sausage, pepperoni and maybe more! 

FYI… Provel is a white processed cheese particularly popular in Saint Louis.  It is a combination of cheddar, Swiss, and provolone cheeses.  Provel has a low melting point and, therefore it has a gooey and almost buttery texture at room temperature.  According to a St. Louis food critic, provel was developed to meet perceived demand for a pizza cheese with a "clean bite" that is one that melts well but breaks off nicely when the diner bites down”.

This humongous bowl of pasta was what I had for my entrée… It’s the Pasta Carbonara…penne noodles in butter and cream sauce with bacon, parmesan cheese and eggs. ($13.99) This was a great entrée…with way too much pasta for even me to finish!

Someone else at the table ordered something that I’d never seen on a menu before.  This is the Ravioli Prosciutto. ($14.99) This house specialty consists of beef ravioli in a rich cream sauce with prosciutto ham, fresh broccoli and mushrooms.  It was yet again another winner!

Variety is indeed the spice of life.  Another family member ordered the Pasta Tutto Mare…shell noodles in cream sauce with shrimp, crab meat, clams, mushrooms as well as both provel and parmesan cheeses. ($17.99) Thumbs up!

One member of the family doesn’t care for pasta…and he’s not allergic to glutens either.  So he went with the 12 oz. New York Strip Steak with mashed potatoes and gravy. ($22.00) He was a happy camper!

Since his wife never gets to have pasta at home, she ordered the spaghetti and meat sauce. ($12.99) Like the other pasta entrees, the portion was huge and she was happy to have pasta for dinner another night!

One couple ordered this pizza…my favorite!  It’s 'Grandpa Joe’s Favorite'.  Meat, meat and more meat!  This pizza was topped with sausage, bacon, pepperoni, hamburger and ham… ($17.49 small/$19.99 large) The good news is that I can testify that this was an excellent pizza...even though I’ve been away from St. Louis for so long and I’m not used to the provel cheese anymore.  “Unfortunately”, the pair couldn’t finish their pizza.  When they offered it, I grabbed at the chance, put it in our cooler and finished it the next day at our son's home in Nebraska… Yum!

Joey B’s at 189 Concord Plaza in St. Louis Missouri is 1 of 3 locations owned by the Gianino family. (Phone: 314-843-2121) They also own 3 other Italian Restaurants and a catering business.  This was a great place for us to gather.  This location was casual, big and the food was both plentiful and very good.  We’d definitely eat here again!  To learn more about Joey B’s and the families’ other restaurants, just go to

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Thanks for stopping by for a visit!

Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

Monday, September 22, 2014

A Family Gathering – St. Louis Missouri

Our son, his wife Amy and our 2 grandsons, David II and Emmett Lee recently moved from Cleveland Ohio to Omaha Nebraska.  The bad news is that they’ve moved further away but the good news is that Laurie’s immediate family live in St. Louis Missouri…which is right en-route on the fastest way to drive to Omaha from East Tennessee. 

So…when we go to visit family, we may be gone a bit longer, but whenever we drive, we will have a chance to spend some time with our families in both cities!

(Warning… This is a family orientated posting and if photos of other people’s family tend to put you to sleep, I’ll post another item to my blog site in just 2 days!)

We arrived in the St. Louis area in mid-afternoon… Our first goal was to visit Laurie’s Aunt Lois.  She’ll be 101 years old in January and she still regularly wins at various card games.  She also has a better memory, long or short term, than either Laurie or me!  (Laurie took this ‘selfie’of the three of us.)

Following our visit with Aunt Lois, we headed off to a family dinner that Laurie and her sister Bonnie set up.  This is Laurie with her niece Kasey (Bonnie and Bill's daughter)…at the restaurant.  
Laurie’s sister Bonnie knew the manager of a very popular local restaurant on the south side of St. Louis named Joey B’s Food and Drink and got reservations for our group.  We put the word out to the extended family and invited everyone to a family gathering…

(I’ll post information about Joey B’s Restaurant and the food separately)

It’s a good thing that we had reservations at Joey B’s!  The restaurant was extremely busy but we were good to go… This photo shows part of our family group.  We start out on the left with the 3 girls…Regan, Cate and Abby.  Then we have Katie and her mother Linda…who is Laurie’s 2nd cousin) Next are Rose and Johnny, Katie’s grandparents.  Bob is to the right of the photo… He’s the grandfather of the 3 girls across the table.  Unfortunately we missed getting a photo of his wife/Laurie’s sister Karole.  Sorry Karole! Where did you go?

This photo was taken by Laurie down at the other end of the table… From the left, there is yours truly, next is Bonnie, then her granddaughter Avery, Bonnie’s husband Bill, granddaughter Delaney, and finally parents Kevin and Kasey. 

This is Laurie’s sister Glenda with her husband Ken… After living in their home for many, many years, they’d just moved into a retirement community.  Not only have they shed all of the maintenance and other miscellaneous pains of home ownership, but their former home was purchased by one of their 5 grandsons, Stewart and his wife Sarah!  They have two young sons, Isaac and the house stays in the family!

This is Tanya, Laurie's niece and her boyfriend Van.  Tanya has 2 children who couldn’t attend, Taylor and Alexander.  Tanya also has 2 sisters, Tammy and Tracy and their father is Laurie’s brother, Bobby.

Johnny is at the left.  He's one of Laurie’s cousins…actually one of Aunt Lois’s 3 sons, which also happens to be Laurie, Bonnie, Karole, Glenda and Bob's "double cousins".  Doris (Laurie, Bonnie, Karole,Glenda and Bob's mother) and Lois (son's Johnny, Alan and Jim) are sisters and they married Robert and John who are brothers!  Yes...very interesting …and Johnny is sitting next to John, niece Judy’s husband.  Aunt Lois’ other sons were unable to join us for this gathering. 

This is Judy in a “Thinker’s” pose… She’s the niece who’s married to John in the previous photo… She and John have 3 children and 2 grandchilden as well!

Here’s another photo of Laurie’s niece Kasey with her husband, Kevin.  Her brother Kyle, his wife Melissa and their 2 sons were unable to attend this gathering as they live out in central Missouri and it was a weeknight…

This is another photo of Laurie’s youngest sister Bonnie and her husband Bill.  They are a pair of doting grandparents, that’s for sure!

This is Tammy… She’s married to Marc, one of Laurie’s nephews and one of Karole's 3 sons.  Marc was out of town at a corporate conference.  He’s in the retail business and some of his stores are located up in the Ferguson Missouri area…which as you know was recently been hit with racial strife. (Sorry for the blurry photo!)

These are Tammy and Marc’s daughters… Cate is the youngest, Regan is next and Abby, the tallest, is the oldest.  Karole, another of Laurie’s sisters, and her husband Bob are the girls’ grandparents.

The youngest generation was well represented at our family gathering… Avery and Delaney ended up sitting with the other 3 youngsters at a kid’s table when our group ended up growing larger than expected.

This is another photo of Katie and her mom Linda… Katie’s sister Sarah was unable to join us for dinner, as was Linda's husband Greg.

All in all, by my count, 24 of Laurie’s family members, including in-laws, managed to join us for this work night/week night family gathering.  Not bad! Plus, there was a storm we all had to contend with!   If everyone from family that lives in the St. Louis area had been able to attend this little soiree, we would have needed a larger facility!  The total would have been at least 40!  We all agreed that it was a fun time and we should all do it again!

We hope that the family and any patient visitors to my blog site enjoyed the photos.  Just click on one if you want to enlarge it…

Thanks for stopping by for a visit!

Take Care, Big Daddy Dave (and Laurie) 

Friday, September 19, 2014

East Tennessee Wines – Mountain Valley Winery

We belong to a wine tasting group and every month we try to have a different theme.  Last month, we skipped wine and had a beer tasting.  Laurie and I held one tasting that focused on wines from Eastern Europe.  We’ve had wines from many, many regions of the world… Some really were terrific and others not so much.  The fact is that different folks like different types of wine…and differences are what make the world interesting…and sometimes scary too!

Our hosts for September are Larry ( and his bride, Beverly.  He’s thrown down the gauntlet for us Yankees!  The challenge for our group is to bring Tennessee wines for our tasting party…

This is the Mountain Valley Winery in Pigeon Forge Tennessee.  This winery is only minutes from most of the top tourist attractions in the Pigeon Forge, Sevierville and Gatlinburg area…   Some of the top local attractions include: Smoky Mountains National Park; Dollywood; The Titanic; WonderWorks; Floyd Garrett’s Muscle Car Museum; Ripley’s Aquarium of the Smokies; Dixie Stampede Dinner and Show; Ober Gatlinburg Ski Resort; Smoky Mountain Opry; Smoky Mountain Knife Works, and; one of our recent favorites, the Sable Theatre. 

To read my review of the live show at the Sable Theatre, you can click on the following link:

There are really too many attractions for me to list in this very family friendly tourism center.  To explore a fully expanded listing and related reviews, just go to

This was our host and server at the Mountain Valley Winery.  He was very personable and helpful.  Laurie tasted a wide variety of the wines...  I usually only drink dry white wines as red wines don't agree with my gout.  On the other hand, Laurie has a broader wine pallet to work with.

Tastings are free, although as you can see there are tip jars on the counter.  For a couple of bucks, one can sample quite a few varieties of wine!  In total, as many as 17 different wines are available at this winery.  While this selection includes wine made from berries and peaches, 13 of them are grape based…

It was no surprise to note that a variety of other wine related products are also sold at the Mountain Valley Winery… These gifts include wine gift bags, bottle openers, wine glasses, t-shirts, crackers, coasters, artwork/posters, snacks, etc.
They also had a nice selection of cheese from the Sweetwater Valley Farm near Sweetwater Tennessee.  In our case, we live much closer to the Farm than we do to Pigeon Forge so we have ready access to their many varieties of cheese.  Check out Sweetwater Farm at  

So how did we do?!  Following our tasting, we ended up with 4 bottles of wine.  I tasted them all…even the Merlot and the Rhubarb.  Yes, you read that right…Rhubarb Wine!  While the Blush was a little sweet for me, the Rhubarb wine was surprisingly good…not too sweet with a citrus finish.  My favorite was still the Chardonnay while Laurie’s was the Merlot. 

The Mountain Valley Winery provided us with a nice experience in pleasant surroundings…as well as a nice variety of wine.  They may not offer a Chateau Lafite Rothschild 2010 Red at $1,500.00 a bottle, but their wines are very competent indeed.  This Winery is located at 2174 Parkway in Pigeon Forge.  Phone: 865-453-6334.  Mountain Valley Winery also has an on-line store.  Website:

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Thanks for stopping by for a visit!

Take Care, Big Daddy Dave 

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Cambridge Inn Bed and Breakfast – Cambridge Nebraska

To start with, I’m generally not a fan of bed and breakfast inns.  I like the consistency of some motel/hotel chains and sometimes bed and breakfast establishments are just not that great. 

So…when Laurie requested that I find a bed and breakfast where we could stay on our recent trip to Nebraska, I was less than enthusiastic.  As I planned our little 3-day exploratory route, I calculated that I needed to find a place to stay in the town of Cambridge, in the south central part of the state.  I was in for a very pleasant surprise indeed! (Plus, I had a happy wife too!) 

This is the Cambridge Inn and it’s located almost in the center of the town of Cambridge Nebraska.  The Inn is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.  It’s known as the W.H. Faling House.  

The home was built in 1909.  As stated in the Nebraska State Historical Societies’ website, this Neo-Classical style was popular during the early part of the 20th century.  The house is architecturally significant and it’s representative of a time when the West was becoming more cultured.  The home retains a high degree of historical integrity…

Our interior photos don’t do justice to the beauty and style of the Inn.  We need to learn how to cope with exterior light, that’s for sure!  This is the parlor at the Cambridge Inn.

William H. Faling was born in Jefferson County, New York in 1848.  He was raised on a farm and he farmed in his early years and then was involved in retail ventures in Illinois, Minnesota and Nebraska.  Mr. Faling and his wife, Anna arrived in Cambridge in 1880 and opened “The Regulator”, a fine general merchandise store with an inventory valued at $8,000.

Anna was appointed lot agent for the B and M Railroad and William was appointed Land Agent for the Lincoln Land Company.  In 1885, with the required 200 residents, he helped incorporate Cambridge and became its first Mayor.  As Mayor and Land Agent, Faling laid out and platted five additions and subdivisions and sold all the lots.  The next year he opened the Faling Home Bank.  In 1887 he was named the first President of Enterprise Building and Loan Association. The couple was obviously very successful!

This built in sideboard and china cabinet in the dining room of the Inn is a spectacular piece of woodwork!  We had serious trouble trying to photograph it…and we should have tried again after dark.

The woodwork in the home has been very well preserved. Oak was used extensively with interior columns and borders repeating the exterior designs.  The superb craftsmanship is of special note in the parlor/living room fireplace surround, the beautiful main staircase, and the sideboard above.  It appears to be have made from Italian olivewood.

This is another example of the fine antique furniture throughout the Inn.  It's thought to be a French piece but Laurie thought that the medallions resembled some Scottish decorative furniture that we've seen...
We didn’t capture a decent photo of the faux painting that is on the walls in several areas of the home.   The entry hall and main staircase still bear the original finishes…a faux design resembling marble.  Original Faux designs also appear in the dining room as well as the front and back hall ceilings.  

When we checked in, we were given a tour by Gloria, one of the owners.  They are still uncovering original features and then working to preserve or duplicate them.  The most recent discovery is some original Prairie style wallpaper on the second floor.  They are slowly working to uncover as much of this wallpaper as possible. It really is beautiful & quite unusal!

This was our room at the Cambridge Inn.  The Nebraska Room was originally the Master bedroom.  This room has faux hand-painted birds-eye maple woodwork throughout.  Wall sconces and a rich floral theme create a warm and comfortable setting.  The door leads to a nice half bath with a sink and toilet.  The bathroom is conveniently a two-part unit. (See below) 

The current owners of the Cambridge Inn are Gerald and Gloria Hilton.  They’re 4th generation, life-long residents of the Cambridge area.  Gerald spent six years in the U.S. Air Force as a pilot and returned to the family farm in l957. He continues his interest in flying and has flown 23 different aircraft in his 40 years of flying.  He is very active in Cambridge and the surrounding area through involvement in various boards and organizations. Gloria, who gave us our tour, is a dedicated volunteer and promoter. Her interests include music and the arts.  Beginning in 1967, she was focused on documenting local history.  This resulted in the publication of the "Cambridge Centennial History Book – 1874 to 1974".

This is the other side of our room at the Cambridge Inn.  The 1st closest door after you enter, leads to a former closet which has been converted to a large shower room.  The second door leads to a large walk in closet with drawers & shelves & hooks.

Our room was very clean, well-furnished and comfortable.  We both slept soundly…with Laurie telling me that it was the best nights sleep she had during our whole trip!

This ‘rose tree of life’ stained glass window on the main staircase is the focal point of both the downstairs reception hall and the upstairs balcony.  Gloria told us that they are still trying to determine just who created this stained glass masterpiece. 

This is a big house with over 2,200 square feet per floor!  It was one of the first homes in the area that had electric wiring and lighting installed.  The original lighting fixtures still hang in the Inn. 

Remember…the Cambridge Inn is a bed and breakfast!  You didn’t think that I’d forget the food part of this experience, did you?  Gloria and Gerald’s daughter Andela served breakfast to the guests.  When we came down for breakfast, we joined 2 other guests, both of whom were business travelers who had stayed at the Inn before.  Breakfast began with this nice plate of fresh fruit and yogurt. 

Laurie decide whether she should take a close up of our breakfast entrée…or just take a photo of breakfast with part of the dining room and setting in view.  The French toast with warm syrup and ham slice were very nice indeed… All in all, our experience at the Cambridge Inn was a great experience!

The Inn has 5 well-furnished guest rooms, 3 of which have private baths.  For those who can’t live without it…or business travelers, the Cambridge Inn provides modem access, cable television and desks to work at.  We would highly recommend a stay at this very pleasant and upscale bed and breakfast!

We’re not alone.  Six reviews have already been posted in Trip Advisor…and all of them rated their experience as “Excellent”.  To check out the reviews, go to  To take a look at the Cambridge Inn’s website or to book your stay, go to

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Thanks for stopping by to see what we’ve been up to!

Take Care, Big Daddy Dave