People of Whittier — it was a beautiful thing we had. It was a beautiful spot peopled by beautiful peoples: we were invited by Honda Whittier to park it in their vast and empty parking lot, our truck or our lines didn’t clog up any streets or crowded sidewalks, we weren’t stirring up any trouble and we were feeding the good people of Whittier week by week.
Even with gas prices as high as they are, it was worth the extra miles.
Why? Cuz the people there were so amazing! So appreciative, funny, patient and good to one another. Good to us. And so incredibly welcoming.
But, as of last night, THE COPS CAME TO SHUT US DOWN AGAIN.
It felt like parents coming into a bedroom while we were in the middle of playing pogs, Frogger or an intense game of Stratego. Never mind that we weren’t drinking or smoking week or messing around — no boys allowed, and if there’s a boy found in our room, he’s BANNED for ALL ETERNITY. No ifs, ands or buts about it.
The same thing happened for our little tryst at the railroad tracks in Santa Fe Springs, again by the gas stations of La Mirada and now in an empty parking lot in the middle of Whittier.
Alas, we are almost geographically tapped-out around that area. I know it’s hard driving out to the center of the city, so we do have one bright hope that’s only a hop, skip and a jump away from the Whittier/La Mirada/Santa Fe Springs area.
And that place is Pico Rivera.
Can we make this happen, my loves? I THINK WE CAN. 😀
Stipulations: anywhere we could park it that’s 200 feet away from restaurants during business hours and 500 feet away from schools in session.
Feel free to give us cross streets/addresses in the area so that we can check it out ourselves, stealth-like and such. Revealing such vital information can be done in either the comment box below or hitting me back at email@example.com with subject header “Pico Rivera” if you’re so inclined.
MAY WE MEET AGAIN, PEOPLE OF WHITTIER/SANTA FE SPRINGS/LA MIRADA!!
TACOS POR VIDA!!!!!11oneone
Love, tacos and will-they-won’t-they romance,