Breakfast on Loop Road in about 1966 or 1967

by Maryann Kern
(Pembroke Pines, FL)

This is no big story just a brief detail about a wonderful delicious breakfast I had there after an early morning (day break) of fishing on Loop Road. I was very about 22 or 23.

It didn't seem scare to me. I was too young to be afraid of anything. I thought the hospitality was great and the meal was crazy good!

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