As promised, I am now posting from America’s desktop: the wi-fi connected National Mall in Washington, DC. Specifically, I am having lunch in the Mitsitam Cafe inside the National Museum of the American Indian. More specifically, I am having apple juice, tamarind-basted papaya, and pork pibil.
And, no, I did not shoot the cook.
There is, of course, a literary component of my visit to the museum. At the bookstore, I purchased a Día de los Muertos figurine (for Halloween use) and Iroquois Diplomacy on the Early American Frontier by Timothy J. Shannon.
Can’t wait to read some, so I’m signing off for the day. Have a good weekend!