My apologies to our readers. The last week has been a bit hectic….. travels to celebrate Easter Sunday with my family in the D.C. area, then back home to New York to celebrate the Greek Orthodox Easter with dear friends. Oh, and my other half of Two Dancing Buckeyes gave birth to a beautiful, healthy baby. Congratulations, Gretchen!!!! I wish I could be there, but I’ll try to “hold down the fort,” -er, blog, so to speak, while you’re recovering and enjoying your new bundle of joy.

While traveling to Connecticut to celebrate Greek Easter earlier today, we stopped at a service station along route 95 to get a cup of coffee and allow the kiddos to use the toilets. The facilities appeared to be somewhat new, with the typical food service offerings one could expect to find along a highway: McDonalds, Dunkin Donuts, and Sabbaro to name a few. While my son was begging for a donut on the way to the bathroom, a sign on the other end of the service station caught my attention: Good-to-Go Organics. Organic food?!?! At a service station? Could this be some sort of mirage? Clearly my brain must be playing tricks on me. But no, there really exists, at least in Milford, CT, an organic food station, serving organic snacks, beverages, and sandwiches to those of us weary travelers tired of having zero healthy options while stuck on the highway.

**For those of you living in and around New York City, you may recognize the name, Good to Go Organics, which has outposts in Central Park and Chelsea Piers.

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