Wednesday, February 17, 2010

La Reyna

I got my film back. The Canonette works.

The hours are listed above. Unfortunately La Reyna closes at 6:00, also known as dinner time. I have been there twice during business hours when they were actually closed. That includes today.

In this picture of the tip jar I decided to include the black borders just like in the olden days (the 90s).

I ordered and subsequently ate a pastor taco and a carne asada taco. You will not be surprised to hear that I liked them. They were both delicious and they were only $1. The people in the truck were very friendly.
While I sat and ate my tacos, a middle-aged gentleman drove up. He approached the man in the window and said, "My father worked for this company for 40 years." That seemed doubtful to me. Then it occurred to me that maybe he was not talking abou the taco truck. Maybe there used to be a company in the vacant lot (well, no longer vacant) where the truck (mini bus) was parked. The man in the taco truck did not seem to know how to react to that information. The middle-aged gentleman left without buying anything. I doubt he went home to a better tasting meal.

Sunday, February 14, 2010


I've decided once again to take pictures of my taco truck visits with film. The film is being processed at Timeless Photo. I'll have pictures from 2 trucks soon, that is if my new thrift store camera

works. It is the same camera used in the Oscar winning film, Pecker. What? Sorry. My fact checker informs me that Pecker was an Oscar losing film.