I clicked my way through September, still mostly seeing the sites in motion through the windows as the pandemic continues to impact gathering life, event life, celebration life.
September is independence month, so I'll start off with a little tribute to Salvadoran blue and white:
|Including this for all the Fanta fans - and, well, there is a flag.|
|Make your return to classes fun! Pulp.|
OK, why is this called "Pulp" because I don't know any kids that
actually like pulp. And, nice rip-off of Scooby.
|Am I missing something? Because this seems disgusting.|
Pollo Campero advertising chicken nuggets, coated with flamin'
hot Doritos with sticky sauce. Definitely not health food.
|Award for the most gigantic cookie advertisement.|
The new dimension in chocolate.
|Speaking of big - this pasarela (walkway) boasts Muuuuuuucha carne|
Clearly we want to eat where they have the masters of the meat (beef).
|I had to include this guy who has set up his grill on the side of Bernal,|
and grills all the meats. The smoke rises and can be seen from a good
distance, and the aroma is as good as in the parking lot at a
Milwaukee Brewers baseball game. We often see police vehicles
lined up around the corner to get this guy's food.
|Cat Chips. What?|
The store is an agropecuario - so an agricultural store.
Maybe cat food?
|Not exactly food promotion, but, this is one heck of a lot of egg cartons.|
|This is where promotion and delivery merge. |
Soups and sauces do taste wonderful with Maggi seasoning.
That chicken powdery stuff is THE secret ingredient.
Even Salvadorans know it is not good for you, especially if you
have high blood pressure or cardiac concerns.
|Not exactly food. Not exactly food promotion. |
At first I was just going to snap a pic because the vehicle was
so rustic and reminded me of a clown car packed so full.
As we got closer, I noticed it carried trees and all kinds of gardening things.
My friend, Susan, and I often have cars that are filled up like this for our church's urban
gardens, so I snapped this pic in the spirit of solidarity and healthy food production.
And I come to the final two photos for this month's Just Click theme:
|We made it indoors! It was great to connect with old friends and to make a few new ones.|
The Artisan Market is fully open (masks and safety protocols in place),
and the aisles were still festooned in blue and white when I took this
photo at the end of the month.
|This photo captures the transition from September to October. Do you see the colorful|
piscuchas (kites) at the end of the display? October 1st is the day of the child,
and throughout the month, children will fly their kites in the October winds.
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