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Molino's Cuisine Review

- Monday, June 29, 2015 No Comments

There's a new Molino's opening up in the building that used to house Linkhaus and U-Grill. I have been meaning to go to the original Molino's location at 1064 N. Waco but decided to wait for the new Molino's to open.

After weeks of waiting and delays beyond the owners control, I couldn't wait any longer. I had to finally try Molino's out and see what all the hype was about. Fortunately my cousin and her boyfriend wanted to grab some lunch so we made our destination to Molino's Cuisine.

Molino's is open everyday from 11 am - 9 pm. According to their Facebook page:

The Quiroz family (Frida's Mexican Grill) is back with Piratas for Everybody! This delicious fusion of taco and panini is just one of the many authentic and original dishes that Mario and his family are sharing. Salsa samples, fine dining in comfort.

I've heard from many people that Molino's is one of the best Mexican restaurants in the city. Their profile pic on their Facebook page even claims, "Most Authentic Mexican Food in Wichita".

Walking inside, I was surprised to see the look of the place. I was expecting to see bright colors you see in a Mexican restaurant with cheap seating and decor. The ambiance was refined and sophisticated inside.

Chips, Salsa, Queso
We made our stop for lunch and immediately ordered the Salsa Sampler (7 amazing fresh salsas made from scratch from the mildest to the hottest) and the Queso.....against my will of course. Along with the salsa sampler and queso, we were given bowls of their regular house salsa.

The regular house salsa was very delicious for your typical salsa that has no bite to it. The salsa sampler was where it was at though. Even though we received only 6 of the advertised 7 salsas, it was fun trying each one out and getting to taste some unique made-from-scratch creations. They really did get hotter as each one passed; hot to the point where some of you may start sweating. I love spicy foods so trying each one was pure joy. My cousin and her boyfriend both thoroughly enjoyed the salsa sampler but enjoyed the queso much more. Between my cousin, her boyfriend and their daughter, they couldn't stop commenting on how good the queso was. She said it might be the best they've had. Having fresh tasty chips to dip with was just the cherry on top. Overall a great start to our lunch.


For lunch, I went with the Tacos de la Calle (four street tacos with 4.5 inch flour tortillas, lettuce, chopped onion, and cilantro). I went with steak, chicken, carnitas and discada which is a mixture of Mexican chorizo, steak, sausage and bacon. Our serve said the discada was a popular item. My cousin went with enchiladas while her boyfriend went with the Chile Colorado (grilled chopped steak or pork blended with red salsa served with flour tortillas).

In due time our order was out and we were all ready to grub.




They actually messed up one of the enchiladas and brought another one out on a separate plate before we even said anything. My cousin had totally forgot about it as it wasn't a big deal but they were apologetic and quick to fix an issue we had not even noticed.

The tacos, for the most part, were great. The discada were indeed my favorite of the four followed by the carnitas and steak. I found the chicken taco to be quite dry even with the salsa added in. The discada had a great mix of different flavors all wrapped into one taco. Mixed in with some of the salsas from the sampler; it was even better.

My cousin's boyfriend chowed down on the Chile Colorado. He's generally a quiet person while eating and can be picky but commented multiple times how good it was. Then my cousin had the enchiladas with her daughter and also noted how good it was. She loved the green chile enchiladas the most as did her daughter. They were surprised how good it all was and mentioned they would come back. I should add the rice there is delicious; even without the salsa.

Overall a big time hit with the family as everybody left happy.

The only minus from the lunch was the speed of service. It looked as though as lunch time went along and they got busier; there were times we went unnoticed. It took some time just to get our order in and we had to go track down our server for the ticket. It wasn't to the point where it was incredibly bad we wouldn't go again, but it was noticeable enough that it was commented on while we sat there.

Otherwise we would still consider going again and would definitely try out the new 37th and Rock location when it opens. Of course a full report of the new location will be given once that day arrives.

Molino's advertises as being the Most Authentic Mexican Food in Wichita. Is it true? You be the judge. It'll be worth your time.

Happy Dining!


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Food Trucks at the Fountains: What to Expect Part 2

- Sunday, June 28, 2015 No Comments
Back in April, I attended the Food Trucks at the Fountains in the event at the Waterwalk. I covered the event here and thoroughly enjoyed the experience.

I was unable to attend the May event and with the weather in the 90's this weekend, I was intrigued to see how the turnout would be for June's Food Trucks and the Fountains event. Along with the warm weather, the list of food trucks was impressive.

Food Trucks involved were B.S. Sandwich Press, Big Chill Ice Cream, The Brown Box Bakery, Brickhouse BBQ, Charlie's Pizza Taco Wichita, Chino's Parrilla - Food on the go, Falling Star Concessions, Funky Monkey Munchies, Hopperoni Express, The Kamayan Truck, Kona Ice NW Wichita, Let'm Eat Br├Ąts, Lynn's Curbside Cookout, Mr Natural Soul Kitchen, Ms. Tosha's Chicken, Noble House Hawaiian Plate Lunch, Twin Treats Concession, Smallcakes Wichita, Strada by Luciano's, Sunflower Espresso Wichita, & The Flying Stove.

I decided to go meet a friend up there around noon with other family members of mine attending later. By the time I arrived up there. the.....place......was......packed! I was quite impressed with the turnout.


Jenny Wood and the Watchers
Lines for all the trucks were long, people were spread out all over the WaterWalk, eating their food and listening to great music from Jenny Wood and the Watchers who were just fantastic. Their rendition of "Rude" by Magic was beauty to the ears. The whole ambiance of it all was fantastic with so many families scattered throughout the lawn. It was a great site to behold.

Every line was probably a minimum of 20 people with waits for certain food trucks ranging from 20-30 minutes just to get through the line, not including getting your food.

One of my friends waited in line to get Chino's Parrilla for his fiance and parents and it took him around 30 minutes to get  his food.While the food was fantastic, he didn't think it was worth the thirty minute wait for it.



Two other food trucks looked rather enticing, The Kamayan Truck and Noble House Hawaiian Plate Lunch but both lines were incredibly long as well. One guy I spoke with at the Kamayan Truck said it took him over thirty minutes to get through the line.


By the time my family arrived, they were in no condition to wait around with a one month old with them in the heat so they left.

My friend and I discussed going back for the July event but planned on getting there earlier. As the day went along, the crowd grew bigger and bigger. The least busy time was right when the event started.

If you plan on going and the weather is nice, be prepared to wait in lines for a while especially if you go from 11:30 am on.

I still feel as though it's a great event that's put on and obviously many many many people agree due to the long lines. If you're ok with waiting in long lines, then you may not mind the event.

For me, I'm not a big fan of long lines and wait for food so I could only deal with it for so long before leaving for a nice sit down meal.

Happy Dining.

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Whiskey Dick's Bar and Grill: Back Open For Business

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Back in July of 2014, an electrical fire caused significant damage to Whiskey Dick's Bar and Grill forcing them to close down for a complete remodel. Some people don't know but Whiskey Dick's opened back up in May of 2015 with a complete new look inside and new menu.

Whiskey Dick's Bar and Grill is located at 801 South Seneca. For those who are old enough to drink and have lived in Wichita for a long time, it's in the same location where Old English Pub used to be years ago.

They are open Sunday and Monday from 2 pm to 2 am and on Tuesday - Saturday 11 am - 2 am where lunch is also served on both of those days.

On a random weekday, I decided to head up there with a couple friends, Chris and Damon. Chris also brought a co-worker so we could get additional input on the newly remodeled establishment.

The new place had a completely new look to it. They had about 9 TV's in the main seating area all scattered perfectly around which would make for a great Sunday afternoon of watching NFL Football games. (They have DirecTV). The bar area was also redone and looks so much cleaner than what it used to be. You could tell a lot of hard work and money was put into upgrading the inside of the place. I didn't get any pictures but they also have a great spacious patio outside.



Everybody decided to order dinner there off the new menu which will be posted at the end of the blog.

I went with a regular house burger since I was still working on Project Best Wichita Burger; Damon went with the Mac and Cheese Burger. Since it was Steak Monday's ($11.95 for a 10 oz Ribeye with side salad and baked potato), Chris went that route while his coworker went with the Big Popper (cream cheese melted between two 1/3 pound patties topped with grilled jalapenos, onion rings and bacon aioli.)

We had a couple drinks while waiting on the meal, service was great for the amount of customers they had on that particular Monday. They were very accommodating in any requests like changing the channels on the TV because the Bachelorette was being shown on TV and one of the guys didn't want to have it ruined because it was on his DVR.........Fact!

Back to the food, Damon plowed through his Mac and Cheese Burger with ease. He noted the Mac and Cheese tasted good as did the burger but it was just too much on a burger for him and he should have went with something else. I liked my burger and will cover it more when the  Project Best Wichita Burger results get released.

If you are ordering their fries there, go with the Cajun Fries......delicious!


Chris liked his ribeye. If you ever order a steak in a bar, there's a significant difference in a bar steak vs. a Steakhouse steak. For a bar steak, it was pretty good, filling and sold at a great price.

Chris' co-worker was the quietest of the group probably because his burger was truly Big. There was a lot going on with it and he sat there quietly just eating away. By the end of his burger, he said he liked it and it was truly filling.




For bar food, Whiskey Dicks has a pretty vast menu with some clever creative creations that will give you lots to choose from. While their food is not out of this world awesome, it's great enough to keep you satisfied while enjoying drinks with friends.

In my experiences with the owners and staff, they always have done what they can to keep the customers happy. Great customer service, Good food.........it's a win/win.

Happy Dining.


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Must Try Menu Item: Qboda

- Saturday, June 27, 2015 No Comments
There are many times I write reviews and then receive a plethora of comments and e-mails from readers making suggestions on what I should order there.

I receive these more so if I am not super impressed with the place I just reviewed.

Such was the case with Qdoba which I reviewed here back in May. Back then, I wasn't too thrilled with the place when I just ordered a regular burrito. I said it wasn't my favorite but would likely go again due to its close proximity o the area I'm always at in town. But after the review, readers weighed in and helped me make a better decision on what to order there.

So for the next installment in the “Must Try Menu Item”, we return to a restaurant we reviewed last month, Qdoba.

I won't rehash what Qdoba is about, where they are at or go into great detail. If you'd like to, check out the review here.


The menu is very limited so what could possibly be their Must Try Menu Item? Well it's none other than the Mexican Gumbo! I probably had a dozen or so people reach out to tell me if I ever went back to Qdoba, I just had to try the Mexican Gumbo. So I did and am I glad I ever did.

Mexican Gumbo
Instead of going with the burrito or burrito bowl route, order it as the Mexican Gumbo. I've had it three times since my first visit to Qdoba and it's to the point I won't get anything else there. I now have my method to ordering it and usually stick to it.

Rice.....extra rice....no beans.....no beans........gumbo soup.........chicken...........hot salsa..........green salsa...........guacamole...........and occasionally tortilla.

The bowl comes in a great size and by the time you are full. The gumbo soup taste great and adding in some hot salsa will give it the proper kick if you love a little spice.

Going the chicken route will run you $7.80 and it's worth every penny.

Honestly, I'm not sure if I would have ever considered ordering the Mexican Gumbo if it weren't for the readers of Wichita By E.B. so I want to thank every one of you who reached out to me to make the suggestion. Half of what I do is determined by suggestions made by you so I appreciate it greatly.


Otherwise, I hope this helps you all out. Happy Dining!

Check out Past Must Try Reviews:
Tsunami
The Store
Newport Grill
Cafe Asia

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Spangles Peanut Butter & Jelly Steakburger Now Here!

- Friday, June 26, 2015 2 Comments

On Friday, Spangles officially rolled out their Peanut Butter Steakburger with bacon and jalapenos.
Get them while you can!

To the average person, the thought of peanut butter and jelly on a hamburger may bring on a look of disgust or confusion. To me, it grabs my attention and will give me a reason to eat out.

The newest creation by Dale Stephen, one of the founders of Spangles, puts together a 1/3 pound Black Angus steak burger, crunch peanut butter, grape jelly, bacon, and jalapenos all packed in between a soft sourdough bun. You can now get them at your nearest Spangles for $5.49 or in a combo for $7.45.

Now don't get me wrong, this new creation brought on a weird look from me at first but my rationale is, you don't know it until you try it. Let's look at it from this standpoint, the person who originally put peanut butter and jelly together may not have been the most popular person around. People may have thought it was gross. When someone decided to put waffles and chickens together, people may have winced at the thought. Like most foods, I will always reserve judgment until I actually try it.

A friend on Facebook posted to me that they have something like this in Nebraska and it's actually delicious. Other people I talked to about it, thought it was crazy and would never go. Since I love trying new things and am never afraid to give an honest opinion, it's best I try it myself.

Two of my colleagues and I stopped by Spangles for lunch with full intentions of trying out the newest creation with an open mind. These guys also tried the Pizza Hut Hot Dog Bites Pizza so they were totally open to joining me.

Yummmm
The burger came out fresh and as their jingles states "freshness made to order". The original look of the burger was not disgusting at all, it actually looked appetizing. Then came the moment of truth with the first few bites. Upon those first few bites, it was mentioned by everybody that the peanut butter really stood out. First of all, crunchy peanut butter is the best and it worked great with the burger especially the sourdough bun; any other bun it wouldn't have worked well with.

The quality of the chunky peanut butter and jelly surprisingly worked well with not just the bun but with the bacon and jalapenos. It's hard to tell in the picture but the bottom bun is where all the chunky peanut butter is at and boy does it ever taste good. It really is a good mix of something sweet, spicy and salty as I read earlier online.

One colleague said he thought it was much better than the  Pizza Hut Hot Dog Bites Pizza. It was a burger he would order again. He finished his burger the quickest of all of us and commented that it was better than he would have thought. My other colleague was a big fan and intends on taking his son there this weekend. He said his son loves crazy combinations like this and would love to try it.

I liked it. Even after recently completing eating 30 burgers for my quest to find the Best Burger in Wichita, I was able to make room for this food combination one would think they could only find in a fair. But nope, you could get this at your nearest Spangles. I don't regret the decision at all and felt find after eating the burger. I read so many comments about "You will need to Pepcid AC" or "You'll get heartburn". Not for me; I was fine and thoroughly enjoyed the burger.

If you like peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, you really have to give this a try. The jalapenos add the right level of spiciness if you like spicy. If not, order it without the jalapenos.

Don't be grossed out by the name of the burger. Don't be grossed out by the look of the burger. If you are feeling a bit adventurous or want to try something new, the Spangles Peanut Butter and Jelly Steakburger is right up your alley.

The three of us who went were all surprised with how good the burger was and would all try it again in a heartbeat. The peanut butter really makes this burger. I was told that they tried all sorts of peanut butter to make it work and eventually came across this peanut butter and it was a hit.

To top things off, we tried all the seasoned fries options available at Spangles. I'm a big fan of Spangles fries especially after a night out on the town but have never given the seasoned fries a chance. I didn't want to mess with a good thing. The seasoning for the fries are all free and there are four to choose from: Garlic Parmesan, Salt & Vinegar, Ranch or Buffalo.

Wow. the ranch fries are really good; at least in my opinion. Of the four, the other two favorites among the group were Salt & Vinegar and the Buffalo.


So that's it for the newest burger in Wichita.

According to Spangles Facebook page, you can now get a Free Peanut Butter Shake with the purchase of their Peanut Butter & Jelly Steakburger. This is only available on 6/26.

Seriously, don't give in to the negative comments you may have read about the burger or your initial gut reaction to seeing it. I have yet to read a review on it from someone who has actually tried it themselves. Give it a try yourself and see if you like it. Let your taste buds be the judgment on whether it's a quick fad or the real deal.

Happy Dining!

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Deshi Curry Review

- Thursday, June 25, 2015 No Comments
Deshi Curry is one of many Indian restaurants located at 21st and Woodlawn. It's located at 6249 E 21st Street right by Da Cajun Shak at the southwest corner.

They are open 11 am to 11 pm seven days a week according to Zomato and Google. 

I've been wanting to go to Deshi Curry for some time now. My knowledge of Indian food is extremely limited. I've been to Passage to India and Zaytun but don't know what really to order off of a non-buffet menu. 

Two of my colleagues are from India and I invited them to join me for lunch just to get some insight and additional feedback on what they thought of one of Wichita's Indian restaurants. So on a random weekday, they were able to join me for lunch along with two other co-workers.


We were the only ones inside for lunch on the day we went. Everybody looked at the menu and ordered their own choice with the thinking we'd share each of our dishes so everybody got to try a variety of different entrees. Fortunately there was a wall of entree pictures to give everybody an idea of what was what. (Menu is at the bottom of this blog)

Between the five of us we ordered the Aloo Mutter (potatoes and peas in a curry sauce), Mutton Biryani (Lamb and rice), Lentil Soup, Mango Lassi (a mango Yogurt drink), Chicken Curry, Baigan Bharta (sauteed eggplant), and Nauratan Vegetables (mixed vegetable in a creamy sauce). Here's what they all looked like:

Chicken Curry and rice

Mutton Biryani

Lentil Soup

Baigan Bharta

Nauratan Vegetables

Aloo Mutter
Mango Lassi
I ordered the Mutton Biryani along with the Lentil Soup and wasn't exactly pleased with what I ordered. Of all the entree items ordered, the Mutton Biryani was the least favorite of everybody's. The meal was rather dry and a little bland. The Lentil Soup was very runny and didn't have much flavor to it.

One co-worker ordered the Chicken Curry with the side of rice and of everybody who tried it thought it was delicious. The curry sauce was fantastic and great to pour over rice or dip your Naan (bread) into it. Great choice and something you can't go wrong with.

Another co-worker ordered the Aloo Mutter. While I didn't get an exact quote from him on the meal, he seemed to enjoy it and did leave Deshi Curry saying he was happy with everything. He also ordered the Mango Lassi which was refreshing and delicious by all who got a sip. He said it was almost like a meal in itself and could leave you full.

My other two colleagues from India ordered the Nauratan Vegetables and the Baigan Bharta as they are both vegetarians. The Baigan Bharta was a hit at the table and probably the most liked entree of everything that was ordered. Between the eggplant and the sauce, it was very delicious and something I would highly recommend if you ever go. I would have never thought about ordering it if they didn't come; excellent choice. The Nauratan Vegetables, on the other hand, left a little to be desired by most of the table. The sauce was just a little too creamy, had a different taste that most of the table wasn't high on. Both colleagues enjoyed their meal but noted that it's more like "fast food Indian" and isn't really all that authentic. 

For dessert, we all had a Golap Jamun which is best described as a doughy pastry that is covered with cinnamon and served cold. Everybody thought it was great; although a couple noted (including me) it could possibly be ten times better if it was served warm. But I'm not sure if that's how it usually is served so that was just our opinion. 


Overall everybody left satisfied and enjoyed their meal (or other peoples meals) for the most part or at least said they did. Judging by reactions and comments made later on it wasn't the smash hit that past restaurant adventures have been. One of my colleagues said he did enjoy Passage to India more and I would possibly agree. The benefit of Passage to India is having a larger selection of food to choose from being a buffet so those not familiar with Indian food can try a multitude of things out and seeing what they like.

While it wasn't fantastic, it was good enough that I now know what I like there and could go again and order with confidence. Go ahead and give Deshi Curry a try yourself and see what you think. 

Happy Dining!

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The Hunt for the Forrest Fenn Treasure

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Raise your hand if this has ever happened to you.

You wake up in the morning, get dressed and head to work. A meeting is scheduled with your boss right at 8. When it's over, you step outside to your desk and two colleagues go, "You want to come with us to Wyoming to search for treasure?" Being amused, I asked, "When?" and the response was "Right now!"

Now raise your hand if you would stupidly decide to drop everything on literally a minutes notice, leave work, head home to pack in 10 minutes and then hit the road for 12 hours to Wyoming?

I am raising my hand as I write this blog.

One of my colleagues has been trying to find the Forrest Fenn Treasure for 2-3 years now. You can google Forrest Fenn Treasure but for a brief synopsis:

The Fenn Treasure is a treasure reportedly worth $1m–$3m hidden by art dealer and writer Forrest Fenn in the Rocky Mountains. According to Fenn, many people have claimed to have found the treasure, but no one has provided any evidence to him supporting their claim. As of 2014, Fenn has stated that to his knowledge it is still not found.

My colleague has been a few times to search for the treasure in different states but was sure he figured it out. For the sake of anonymity, we will call him Ashton. He was able to talk another co-worker who we will call, Britta, into going. They had already decided to go so when asked, it sounded tempting but I passed. Then after a little more pressure, I can't believe I was talked into going. Driving 12 hours to Wyoming didn't exactly sound like fun but I figured since I drove 15 hours to Cleveland in March to see the Shockers play Notre Dame, what's 12 hours?

The route was, Wichita => Salina => Denver => Cheyenne => Thermopolis, WY. I was up the night before until 2 am so I was on little sleep but decided to go ahead and drive the entire 12 hours up while my "Ashton" and "Britta" sat shotgun and in the backseat. The drive up wasn't too bad. Except in my entire driving life, I have never hit an animal. This trip there were two rabbits, one bird, and one snake that were casualties. Saw some deer on the highway, signs for mountain sheep and other assorted animals but didn't hit any of those.

When we arrived in Thermopolis, WY, we made a brief stop by Shorty's Saloon for dinner and drinks. Not much is open at 9-10 pm in Thermopolis, so we had to settle for a bar that looked a little sketchy. But after some discussion with the locals, Shorty's staff was very nice. They recommended the Chicken Fried Steak Sandwich and the Fish and Chips for dinner which we obliged. Dinner went well. Shout out to the two employees there Melissa and Wally. They wanted me to pass on that if you are in Thermopolis, WY on Fourth of July, stop by Shorty's for a great selection of steaks and ribs they will be grilling all day long!

I got to bed around 12:30 am that night and woke up at 3:15 am. By 4 am, we were on our way to Yellowstone. This was my first time to Yellowstone and admittedly it was a beautiful site to behold. It's crazy the landscaping that can be made by some earthquakes, floods, etc.

By 8:30 am, it was time to search. Ashton had been doing lots of research and has been to Colorado, the Rockies and other places and thought it'd be at Yellowstone. Without giving away all the reasons and clues why Yellowstone because that's his info to give, we searched high and low. Walked, hiked, climbed, slid around, risked our lives on cliffs for over six hours under the hot Wyoming sun. We drove around Yellowstone, had to wait for Buffalo walking down the streets, Elk in the middle of the streets, be patient with all the tourists around. There was even one time, I was off a bridge looking around and an older gentlemen scolded me telling me, "Don't you know somebody died doing that last year?" My only response I could come up with was "Cool." I understand there's safety precautions that should be made but the part of me looking for million dollars of treasure overtook any sense of rationale.

Ashton and I got dirty, walked to some pretty dangerous steep areas while Britta looked on with joy and took as many unflattering photos of us as possible. Ashton was truly the hunter of the group, Britta was the videographer documenting everything in case we actually found it. And then there was me.............just me.




Ashton had a plan on where to search and what to search for. Unfortunately after six hours, most of the group was beat and we exhausted every set plan for the whereabouts of the Fenn Treasure. It was then decided to leave. Could more time have been spent searching? Yes but Yellowstone is so friggin big that it would have been a waste of time to look with backup plan in mind. Plus there's no guarantee its in Yellowstone. Places like New Mexico and Colorado have also been popular destinations for the treasure by other "famed" treasure hunters.





By the end of the day, Ashton felt defeated and tired. I felt bad that he spent so much time trying to decipher the clues an left empty handed. Britta was just flat out tired and wanted to get cold water. And then me, I felt like I was in a big episode of Punk'd and ironically enough Ashton was the person who talked me into going.

Honestly though, I wasn't mad, I really wasn't bummed. Going into the trip, Ashton was 100% certain he knew where it was at. Britta was at 75% and I kept fluctuating on how confident I was. Honestly, I went for the thrill of the adventure. Many friends reached out to me asking if I had found the treasure. After responding to one of them, one friend gave me a "mom answer" and said the adventure was the real reward. I rolled my eyes at the text but in all honesty, that was probably the truth.

The drive back was much of the same as the drive there minus any deaths. Fall Out Boy's song "Uma Thurman" was the theme song of the trip only because it was played probably 194 times in the 33 hours of driving we had to and from Wyoming.


Thanks to "Ashton" and "Britta" for talking me into going. Shout out to CostCo's Apple Chips, Pistachios, and water who joined us on the hunt. There are two things I can't stand and that's Mosquitoes and Bad Cell Service. Lucky for me, Wyoming had BOTH of those!

Never would I have thought that I would drive over 30 hours to a city I've never been to search for treasure. But you know what? It's possible I'd drive somewhere again to search for the Fenn Treasure. If you do look it up, it's quite fascinating. So fascinating enough that I've talked a few friends into doing more research to see what they could find.

I believe in living your life by a quote. Many people live their life by quotes they see on the internet or what someone posts on Facebook. A couple years ago, I decided to coin my own philosophy to live life by and have ever sense.

"Live for your family; Live for your friends; Live for the memories"

And these past few days, I've truly lived for the memories and maybe one day I can do it again and actually find the treasure, become a millionaire, and hire someone else to write blogs for me.

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