After staying in the Bay Area for a while, I headed to Santa Monica and have been living close to the beaches. I had the joy of helping Angel Hanz for the Homeless and Food Not Bombs. For a few moments, I was the personal assistant to the famous Dr. Armaiti May, the Vegan Vet. She attends to the pets of the homeless.
Vegan Shepherd’s Pie at Sentient Bean in Savannah. Garlic, onions, carrots, turmeric, sweet potatoes, beans, peas, acorn squash, lentils, veg stock and tempeh. Topped with mashed red potatoes and served with a side salad.
I’ve overnighted dozens of times in Starbuck’s parking lots with permission, but I’ve never had anything like this happen. I had worked on my computer until closing time the night before at a Starbucks just outside of Sarasota.
I finally got to meet Yuri , and I helped with leafleting on a most interesting street corner at Lincoln Rd & Meridian on South Beach. It’s a joint effort by Vegan Outreach, Compassion Over Killing, and Mercy for Animals, with some dedicated friends, Linda Cozat and Jennifer Mennuti.
I started at Hollywood Beach and pedalled until land ran out at South Pointe Park Pier. I stayed as close to the beachs as possible, but had to get on A1A for some of the ride. This took me through Hallandale, Haulover Beach, Golden Beach, Aventura, Sunny Isles Beach, North Miami Beach, Bay Harbour Islands, Surfside, South Beach, and South Pointe Pier. I took a few pictures along the way.