It is the time of year again when we celebrate love. Surprise your special someone with a romantic trip to Griddle Creek. You can breathe easy, the town is more than capable of meeting your getaway needs.
Inside tip: Occasionally you may meet a resident who is not a big fan of Valentine’s Day.
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The arctic temperatures have lifted but it has left the residents of Griddle Creek wondering how much longer this winter weather is going to last. Desperate for any kind of relief, the Diner customers are willing to listen to weather predictions from anybody.
Inside tip: Don’t take weather forecasts from rodents unless they’re trained meteorologists.
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To the dismay of many tourists, the winter storm continues to drop more snow on the town of Griddle Creek. The snow storm has resulted in more business and school closings. Some Griddle Creek residents haven’t been to work since the first snow fall.
Insider tip: If you’re in town, please do not go out unless you absolutely have to. Stay safe.
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Griddle Creek. A breakfast story! Griddle Creek combines our two loves, breakfast and comics. Griddle Creek is the ideal destination for adventure and fun. “Pretzel Twist” is the fourth volume in the Griddle Creek Series. We are proud to announce it is now available on Amazon and Kindle.
Also available: Sugar Rush, Fools Gold, and Spilled Milk.
Today is National Chess Day. Chess is not as popular as Checkers in Griddle Creek but there are a few folks around town that play. Chess is a game of fun and wit where the object of the game is to capture the opponent’s king.
What to do: Break out your chess set and play a game. Log on online and play against an opponent on the other side of the world. If you’re in Griddle Creek, ask around to find out where the chess games take place.
Where to do it: Anywhere you can find a fellow chess player and a flat surface to place a chessboard on.
Inside tip: Don’t play chess with Sonny because he cheats. Checkers is his game.
The town of Griddle Creek is celebrating National Coffee Day.
What to do: Stop into your favorite local coffee house and purchase a cup of your favorite hot or cold brew. For the do-it-yourself crowd, fire up that coffee pot at home and get your day started right. The number of coffee options is getting to be practically endless. Enjoy a cup of your favorite or take a chance and discover something new.
Where to do it: Any and everywhere. On your couch while watching the news. On the bus or train on the way to work. On your lunch break. In the breakroom. Take time today to enjoy some coffee.
Inside tip: In Griddle Creek the best spot for gourmet coffee is the Coffee House. The baristas are masters at creating delicious concoctions. For customers that like their coffee with no frills, the Sunnyside Diner has you covered. Sonny does not believe in flavored coffee.
Griddle Creek combines our two loves, breakfast and comics. For those who enjoy mixing fun and adventure, Griddle Creek is the ideal destination. “Sugar Rush” is the first volume in the Griddle Creek Series. We are proud to announce it is now available on Amazon and everywhere books are sold.
It has been a full week and Fluffy is still camped outside of the bookstore. He is still determined to be first in line for the Griddle Creek book release this week. He thought the line would be longer. Either way, he is ahead of those slackers who plan on showing up at the last minute. Camping is fun but he is definitely ready to go home and sleep in his own bed. Fluffy’s list of things to do in the morning reads as follows:
• Buy the book.
• Take a shower.
• See a chiropractor.