Cassie discovered Fat Kitty Falafel and I finally made it over to get a photo with this Portland, Oregon food cart on a glorious (finally!) Spring Thursday. Donâ€™t know about where you live but Portland has become food cart central and itâ€™s awesome. The cost of starting up a restaurant has gotten so prohibitive and this way check can strut their stuff without wrecking their credit.
Sitting on my 1960 VBA is the owner of Fat Kitty Falafel, the wonderful Al Herre. And he promises we’ll be some of the first to know when he prints some more t-shirts.
Thanks Cassie and thanks Al!
I think this is game for little kids which makes it about my speed. If anyone gets this, please get some screen grabs! Thanks to Julie G. for this fun find.
Barbie Pet Rescue at Amazon.com
Tori Spelling’s clothing line for children is called “Little Maven” and fortunately for us, it features several garments with scooters on them. I really wish I could add water to the little cardigan and make it in my size. (Notice the detailed scooter tucked inside.) They’re on sale ($9-$19) so hurry!
Thanks to Rosanne G. and Julie G. for this great find.
Don’t worry with city planning or laws or anything silly like that. Just change your address. Or at least decorate your garage. All for $11.99. Thanks to Julie G. for this find!
Scooter Street Sign at Amazon.com
Kyle P. found this amazing poster on a site of vintage coffee advertising. That monkey looks like it is up to no good. Thanks Kyle!
This is a Disney Cruise Line pin featuring Chip ‘n Dale in Palermo, Sicily.
It was released on a 2007 Mediterranean Cruise.
Thanks to Julie G. for this neato find!
Good news: Adidas has added some new shoes, bags, and other good stuff to their Vespa line.
Bad news: No two countries have the same things. The UK gets the bags, the US gets the shoes.
So the best thing to do is type “Vespa” in the Adidas stores’ search field to see everything on offer at your online store:
US Adidas Store
UK Adidas Store