Welcome to another week of Travel Photo Thursday. I am coping here in hot, humid Daejeon. My living room “hit” a record 35 degrees Celsius yesterday! I am spending lots of time under the A/C in my bedroom. Tonight I am heading to the opera, at the arts center just down the street from where I live. All I can say is that the air conditioner had better be working overtime in the concert hall! I’m missing Nova Scotia with its cooler temps, and delicious street food. Today I’m sharing with you a “foodie institution” on Halifax’s Spring Garden Road.
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A summertime trip to Halifax is not complete without lunch at Halifax’ s iconic chip truck “Bud the Spud” . Dishing up delicious hand cut French Fries since 1977, Bud even has its own wiki entry. Have a look!
Salt and ketchup please! Hold the vinegar!
Of course, you will have a friend or two begging to experience the goodness! (They are very tame, and persistent!)
Parked in front of the Halifax Regional Library from late morning to well into the evening, each summer. A small French Fries is $3.50 and plenty big! Expect lineups at lunch time. Note, the owners want to retire, so you might want to get there soon!
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