|Along the Rillito Riverbed Trail|
I'm fine with Indian food, except that buffets make you pick around the chicken and the dairy, and then eye all the rest with suspicion. My experience has been that Indian buffets are not vegan-friendly. Govinda's is mostly vegan, except on Thursday when it's an All-Vegan Extravaganza!
We went again yesterday and ate outside on the veranda. The sun was warm, the breeze was cool, and the food was delicious. I was blissed out. I told Annie This is how it happens. You come for the delicious food; next thing you know you're all about the peace and love. SHE LAUGHED.
I went back and talked (listened) to Sean, who is a devotee. He said I started eating the food here and got really blissed-out. I wondered "what do they put in this stuff?"* Indeed, Sean. Indeed.
*I encouraged him to talk to me. They don't push their spirituality if you just want a nice lunch.
Our friend, Lucy, came over this week. We took her on a tour of the neighborhood.
|Dude. You're eating a cactus.|
|Take a picture, it'll last longer. Oh, I see what you're doing there.|
|Look what I can do! Desert bovines are very athletic. Because of the cacti.|