Mike is a frequent visitor to the Corner. He lives in his van. He has had—and is—a long, strange trip. He goes to swap meets a lot and shows up with some very colorful women he’s met, especially at the San Diego one. He drinks half & half and smokes a lot, and has probably done whichever drug you’re thinking of. Today, Mike got a few things at the Vons and decided to make them into a sandwich and eat them on the strip of grass next to his van.
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This is an amazing photograph in so many ways.
Great place for a picnic!
it is really very fine. and reading the essay makes me want to pepper you with like, a million questions. i’ll refrain!