Baked Beans with Breakfast: The Journey of an American Family Through England, Wales, and Ireland.
(Not in order of appearance, I don’t think…I’m not going to bother checking)
The NARRATOR: A brilliant all around bloke.
SARAH: A beautiful girl on her first trip overseas.
MOM: An amazing woman of art and class.
DAD: A superhero with the ability to drive on the left or right side of the road, and the power to get any family group packed and into a car at any time in the morning.
You are either the type of person who reads prefaces or you are not.
Clearly (you’ve got this far) you’re a preface reader. Hurray! Rejoice in thoroughness! The following word sketches–some rants, some pointed aphorisms, even a few actual full blown stories–are all entirely true events of my travels. Those travels were through the British Isles during the Fall of 2014.
There’s amazing stuff in here my family and I experienced. Some of the places we went, you’ll know of, others you couldn’t possibly know of–unless you actually live in those towns and keep very well informed of your locale’s happenings.
WARNING: At times these stories may contain personal opinions. People with Opinion Sensitivity Disorder should consult their gastrointestinal entomologist after exposure.
WARNING: These stories contain HUMOR, SATIRE, and assorted VITRIOL known by the State of California to cause HYSTERIA, INDIGNATION, ERECTILE PROJECTILE, and/or IRRATIONAL CRAVINGS FOR STEAK AND ALE PIE, WITH CHIPS AND A LAGER.
PG: These stories are rated PG, for Partially Grammatical.
Reader Discretion is Optional.
NOT BY APPOINTMENT OF HER MAJESTY
But I did take her picture.