(Image from last month’s road trip)
For years, as I would walk along Barton Springs Road, every year at this time, Chuy’s would set up a chili roaster, and they would be cooking up fresh, Hatch green chili. Just a big mesh drum with a burner underneath it, the gentle and dulcet aroma of fired green chili wafting on the gentle autumn-like zephyrs.
Further south, the highway to Dripping Springs, there used to be several roadside vendors selling fresh Hatch chili out of the back of trucks.
Question begging aside, and source, still not validated, I caught another favorite, massaged, image in the same store, just a few days ago, visible here. Wouldn’t be a big deal, except I’ve never resolved the issue of source of the peppers.
However, I would tend to trust the eyewitness accounts I’ve heard lately. Part of my interest in the area.
What amuses me the most is the big deal made out of a small town.
Mercury is Retrograde –
What you going to do?
The mercurial “Mercury is Retrograde blues” are starting to dominate the headlines. What to do? How to best address this pervasive influence?
Easy: buy the book! (A digital copy is free with paid subscriptions.)
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Something cycled through the old in-box, and I’m on the road and therefore, can’t be bothered trying to locate the original source. However, it was a keyboard and case combination for an iPad. I’m typing this on a MacBook Air that I love dearly for its lightweight and portable horsepower. Good traveling companion. Good library companion, too, but that’s not what this is about.
I only glanced at the keyboard/case for the iPad. Might just be me, but the combination, doesn’t that look just like a laptop?
“plus ça change, plus c’est la méme chose.”