Yesterday we had our first Drive-In dining experience. Most every restaurant you can imagine is off of US-30, also known as Lincoln Highway. As we went on an unsuccessful journey to find an ATM to make a deposit we headed home with hunger in our bellys. We chose Sonic as our restaurant de jour.
For those that don't know, Sonic is a classic drive-in diner. You park and a car-hop delivers your order.
The beverages are the best because you can add flavors to your soda (ex: Chocolate Coke). Sonic uses the slogan as "Your Ultimate Drink Stop" due to the 168,894 possible drink combinations. Its advertising also states that "You could have a new drink every day for the next 462 years". All locations also feature "Happy Hour" every day from 2-4 pm in which the customer may buy soft drinks, slushes, limeades and iced tea for half price.
With each meal you also get a peppermint candy!
I ordered the Super Sonic Cheeseburger and Kelly ordered a Sonic Burger and added jalepenos. The burgers were good, no complaints there. For a side we chose onion rings which... we hated. They just seemed to taste funny and seemed a bit on the sweet side.
Here I am wondering why we need photo documentation of our trip to Sonic.
Kelly's opinion of the onion rings.
I couldn't leave you all without some sort of Amish commentary. Most every business out here has a hitching post for the horses. Here is a picture of the parking lot of a small center containing the Post Office, a bank, and a pharmacy.
The horses usually have their own lane on the road as well. When there is only one lane, cars may pass them when its safe to do so.
Prayer request: Kelly has a potential opportunity to be a part of a Wedding planning and photography team that will be branching out from California to the East Coast. Prayers for directrion for both Kelly and the owner of the company would be greatly appreciated!
Also a shout out to Karyn Hantzes who has been so good to call Kelly and offer up lots of love, support and giggles over the blog. We appreciate it!