Over the last few weeks I've been cruising the Southwest, and happy to be away from he cold and snow that attacked the Northwest. As you might expect, I've nearly burned out my mouth tasting a wide variety of peppers and pepper-prepared dishes that seem to show up at every turn in the road out here. I'm no longer sure where the border is between the US and Mexico, but I can tell you that I'm thankful there's no legislation on the transport of food culture across the border.
Hello All; Yes, I've been absent for a few weeks. But I'm back on the road again after a painfully long adventure into an implementation, subsequent removal, and finally a successful deployment. But first, the important issues...
As I write this I'm pulled off the side of a road somewhere in North Central Texas. My heart is broken but I'm looking forward to my next destination which is where I'll be (and hopefully you'll be as well) by the time you read this.
Over the last couple weeks I've traveled from Maine to the Carolinas. Needless to say I've stopped at a few restaurants along the way. During my breakfast stops, the scene is always the same... people reading the newspaper.
I live in an online world anymore. That is... whenever I'm in a place where I can get a connection. Luckily some of my favorite (as well as some of my least favorite) restaurants offer WiFi service. And even when WiFi isn't available, I have my trusty cell phone that I can either use directly as a web browser/email client, or connect it to my laptop as a modem.