Wednesday, September 09, 2020

Dining Out In The Age of Covid And Spending The Night In Wellton

 September 9, 2020

   We took off for home at ten this morning and up on the mountain we took a side road and ended up here for lunch.

Dining Out—Literally— In The Time of Covid

   This is at a barely open deli up on the mountain. Only takeout and, well, they allowed us to take two chairs out in the front yard. It looks pretty dire, but it was actually fun. Meanwhile, we hit the road again for another two hours, then pulled off to find this:

   We stopped for the night in Wellton, because, well, who wouldn't want to spend the night in Wellton, Arizona?

    Meanwhile, I'm still noodling the Agua Prieta fight and I found this:

He was a brigadier general at the age of 25 when he fought Pancho Villa at the Battle of Agua Prieta in 1915. He is also considered the most popular president of Mexico in the 20th Century.

Daily Whip Out:
"Lazaro Cardenas"
(from a photograph)

"A life lived well, is long enough."
—Elliott Dallen, 31, diagnosed with terminal cancer

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