The Flight Deck: Your Cure for Cabin Fever
In October, things started to get a little chilly. No more spending hours outside, reading on the deck or having a BBQ. November meant no time outside, but with all the shopping and cooking and traveling it wasn’t a big deal. December came, bringing with it the pleasures and demands of the holidays. Now it’s January. In New Hampshire. We’re on our third snow day. It’s cold, it’s icy and people are getting cranky.
You know what I’m talking about-it’s cabin fever. Too many slick and slippery days spent indoors trying to stay warm. You need a break in routine and The Flight Deck is more than happy to help you out.
It’s Saturday or Sunday and looking at your to-do list is just depressing you. There’s the usual: food shopping, laundry, errands, the post office, Wal-Mart- UGH! Same old, same old! It’s time to break the pattern. Start your weekend off right with a good old fashioned hearty breakfast at The Flight Deck. Fresh coffee, eggs, hash browns, bacon….mmmm….there’s something about starting the day off with a full and warm belly to make you feel like all is right in the world. It will be easier to face that long list of things that need doing when you don’t start the day hangry!
The only way to cure cabin fever is getting out of the house. Join us on Tuesday nights for Trivia Night at The Flight Deck. We have a variety of topics and yes, there are prizes! We play five rounds of trivia and while you’re playing enjoy some appetizers and drinks with friends. Our new appetizer, the “oink and cluck”, wings with your favorite sauce and our slow roasted pork shanks, is hearty enough to be a meal.
Even a mid-week coffee date with some of our fabulous desserts or homemade cupcakes will brighten your day and shake off that cabin fever.
Change your Routine
If you’re one of those organized souls who has it all together (are there really people like that?), you may want a break from cooking and meal planning. True your family loves your meatless Mondays or Taco Tuesdays or Fish Fridays, but every now and then it’s nice to let someone else do the work. So head on down to The Flight Deck and let us do the work! There are slow roasted meats, or burgers, pasta dishes, sandwiches or our endless bowl of soup and salad bar. Everyone gets what they want and the daily grind has been broken up by a pleasant outing to the Keene Dillant airport where you can see flights coming and going. Total win!
Cabin fever is a fact of life here in New England. However, with the help of The Flight Deck you can ward off winter’s doldrums (or dull-droms) and have a fabulous meal to boot. Because winter in New England? We know something about boots!