Friday, April 9, 2010


Wow- a long day. I trekked from home (Washington Heights) to Greenpoint, where I usually pick up a truck. Once I got there I found out that nothing was available and I was taken wayyyyy up into the Bronx for a truck. Eventually that worked out, but I had forgotten my phone (and thus the GPS that I would need to find my way back to that backwater depot) at home. So... back home, then FINALLY to my spot in Union Square.

I had my doubts about parking, because the street was blocked off as "no parking" for a movie production crew. I braved it, and no one complained. Apparently Robert DeNiro is filming on the next block? He wasn't the only celebrity around; Carol Burnett was signing at Barnes and Noble. I saw neither of them, but I couldn't care. I had a steady onslaught of wonderful customers, both returning and new faces. 

The truck was a bit tough. Most of these things are built for people who are no taller than maybe 5'8". I need to hunch the entire day. Ah well, I'll figure it out. 

I've got some amazing tickets that I'll be giving away this weekend: Frederica Von Stade's “farewell” concert at Carnegie Hall. Keep watch!


  1. I don't understand. Do you turn any soft serve truck into your BGICT? Who decides what truck you get?

  2. it happens but many of the people do like this they catch the truck and found this easy.


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