Marcia and I were to meet for a summer catch-up and possibly a little lunch, coffee, whatever. Just prior to setting out for the proposed salad luncheon, I happened to look on-line to see where the "trucks" were today. Marsh had expressed an interest in helping me locate and test all five food trucks that I'd listed. WELL, the rest is the story.
On our newly revised way to find two of the five aforementioned trucks in
No problem that it was the hottest day on record since 1948. A sweltering (with humidex) 45 degrees Celsius otherwise know as 113 degrees Fahrenheit!
Like two keystone cops we hopped into Marsh's car and off we went. The iconic "Marilyn Monroe" buildings in sight, we were almost there.
The wait is exciting, lots of chattering about the food truck phenomenon amongst eager foodies. There is a swift breeze blowing otherwise we'd be blistering in the noonday shimmering heat.
We are making up a list of rules for the trucks. Number one rule has to be that there is NO COMMENT on the dietary content of truck meals.