Hamptons Shmamptons

July 20, 2010 at 11:41 pm Leave a comment

Another post brought to you by the beauty of the Hamptons, which, I have decided, doesn’t get enough credit. The natural scenery of that place is really wonderful — between the beaches, the lakes, the bays, and all that nice green stuff — if only it weren’t so hard to forget that everything is about 5 times more expensive than it should be, the quality is at least 5 times weaker (at least foodwise), and I find the people to be about as cool as 3OH!3’s new song “My First Kiss,” which is above and beyond one of the worst songs my ears have ever had to deal with.

Anyways, that all being said, you can’t beat beautiful beaches. Especially if you bring an overpriced, but delicious picnic with you.

On the menu for lunch was take-out from the Golden Pear cafe, which has turned into our best option for lunch out here. I had the veggie sandwich on multigrain bread with a side salad…

…and we munched on some really good granola from the local bakery, Breadzilla. Only sweetened with honey and wheat germ. Mmmmmm homemade granola.

Tomorrow Charlie and I are hoping to wake up for the sunrise, drink some coffees on the beach, and set off on a quiet, early-morning run!!! …. at 5:30 AM. Yep. Good night!

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