Pictured above: Every Dog Has His Day
ABQ Weather or Not
HAPPY FATHER'S DAY! It looks as if we'll have a great day to celebrate all those Dads, Padres, Pères and Fedres.
Around Town This Week
THE FOOD TRUCKS ARE BACK!
TUES: Every Tuesday (weather permitting) we meet at Hyder Park for a feel-good time
The Wednesday Night Netherwood Park Bites nights continue to be popular. Would you like some live music to go with that delicious food?
FIND YOURSELF A FOOD TRUCK - here's an article with tips CLICK HERE
JUNE 12-JUNE 19: Daily, 11 am -
Learn more here
On the Road Again
Whether you're an on-the-ground looking-up-at-the-stars kind of guy or gal, a car camper, or a glamper -
look at this little pup and smile! CLICK HERE
Some of us like that rugged and rocky boots on the ground approach - moi? I say take your time slot, divide it by two, and however many nights you spend under the stars, that's how many stars the hotel you stay in for the balance of the trip should have (at least! be flexible...).
Don't think you'll use a Happier Camper all that much? FORM A SYNDICATE! Really, we turned a cross-country - around the world combo into a 21-month Tour America Love Fest with KATE, an RV purchased on the East Coast - "Kate" for Kate Smith, because she was wide of girth and Loved America!
You have no idea......but it takes awhile to become a Happier Camper - word is there's a 2-yr wait list. Times a'wastin!
iEAT and iWATCH
What I Spend....
Okay - Albuquerque is 2,466.9 miles from where I like to eat my lobster rolls:
But I still don't think my Sunday supper at Slapfish is a trip worth repeating, even with the gas savings.
The Meal: 2 minuscule cups of New England Clam Chowder, barely potable white wine, a lemonade and a split Lobster Roll.
Check for Two: $40.
The Alternative: Go to Two Fools, order Fish and Chips (the best in town) and watch The Lobster on Netflix
Or stay at Two Fools and knock back a few Single Malts.
From the Author's website: The Overstory, winner of the Pulitzer Prize in Fiction, is a sweeping, impassioned work of activism and resistance that is also a stunning evocation of—and paean to—the natural world. From the roots to the crown and back to the seeds, Richard Powers’s twelfth novel unfolds in concentric rings of interlocking fables that range from antebellum New York to the late twentieth-century Timber Wars of the Pacific Northwest and beyond. There is a world alongside ours—vast, slow, interconnected, resourceful, magnificently inventive, and almost invisible to us. This is the story of a handful of people who learn how to see that world and who are drawn up into its unfolding catastrophe.
This week's fave new website:
Japanese garden tools, Beacon Lantern, and cast iron - for starters.
Visit the website: click here
i BAD PUNS
This one's for you, Maj:
I’m a big fan of whiteboards. I find them quite re-markable.