is it just me or does this look like a scene out of a michel gondry film?
well it’s actually the mit campus in cambridge massachusetts, designed by frank gehry. i accidently walked by it on my way to a coffee shop.
oh, useless fact: one who lives in cambridge is called a “cantabrigian”
i ate one too many veggie dogs. decided to do some camping in between shows. went to a state park in massachusetts. lit a fire and everything.
but i don’t have a fridge in my car so i had to finish all the veggie dogs in one go!
ugh. talk about a stomach ache. oh well. it was fun getting away from the city for a bit.
got to do some sweet hiking.
got to see some sweet views.
and of course a little reading…
the new to all my dear friends brand 100% certified vegan pizza.
ah commercialism at it’s finest.
not really though. you can’t pick this pizza up at your local grocery store. how do you get ahold of one then? it’s a hot commodity and the easiest way is to offer me a place to stay when i’m passing through your town on tour.
the mysterious whoopie pies of maine. it’s a delicacy you can only truly experience by making the long trek up to maine.
delicious. strange. and sometimes even vegan.
so maine is full of a bunch of lumberjacks right? well, that’s actually not true. at least not in portland, maine. the city is a rich artistic bubble, unknown to most of the united states.
maine is absolutely beautiful. when i arrived, not sure what to do with myself, i headed to the coast to read a book and enjoy the ocean breeze.
i met some pretty cool people after the show that night. we hung out most of the next day. what do you do in portland maine for fun? pinball!
and of course you eat delicious local organic vegan wonders. (that’s rhubarb compote on top of these pancakes) yum!
by the end of the day, relaxing on the dock with my new friends zach and chelsea, i wasn’t quite ready to leave.
but i had a show later that night in boston and so had to go.