Lodo

Lollapalooza, Chicago, 2011



































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  4. I can’t believe you guys were the only ones eating outside! I remember in Siena that tons of people would be eating outside of restaurants at 10, 11 pm at night. I wasn’t one of them because I like to eat earlier than that. I like wandering when traveling, at least some of the time. I get easily tired out by too much go-go-go planned sightseeing. And maybe I’m similar in life, I’m not sure…Now that we have a porch, I’ve been loving eating outdoors—at least when it’s not too hot. I think I tend to avoid the outdoors completely during Virginia summers, because of the humidity and the bugs. But I like having a sense of the weather, the shifting seasonal climate… and being on the porch for breakfast and dinner definitely helps with that! Along similar lines, I like having a sense of where my food comes from, so I’m fascinated by the hooves, etc. I’m not sure I’d want to buy it that way, though—I wouldn’t know what to do when I got home and had to cook it. Our neighbors all hunt deer in the fall, and often bring us hunks of venison. It’s great when it’s ready to cook, but I admit I’m a little freaked out when it still has fur!!

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