Friday, October 25, 2013


After our hike up to the top of Sundance Resort, we were pretty hungry.  I'd packed a little bit of cheese and crackers in the cooler with our beers but from the rumblings of our tummies, it was clear that wasn't going to be enough.  H made the suggestion of getting BLTs from the resort's deli and I thought that was a brilliant idea.  There are a couple of sit-down restaurants at the resort, as well as the Owl Bar, but there's also a little general store/deli where you can get soups, sandwiches and wraps.

The BLT is really the way to go - unless you don't like bacon.  Served on thick, toasted white bread and spread with a garlic aioli, this sandwich has a couple of slices of tomato, a couple of pieces of mesclun mix and more bacon than you can possibly imagine on a BLT, all for just $7.  It is, to my mind, the finest BLT I have ever had.

That's a half sandwich right there. 
OMG that's good.

We took these excellent sandwiches outside to a park bench and devoured them in the afternoon sunshine.  (I think everyone who walked by gave those sandwiches double-takes.)  I count that as a pretty fantastic autumn day: good hiking, terrific scenery, cold beer and spectacular sandwiches.  Can't ask for much more than that.

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