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Our first glimpse of our new home! Topsy turvy bus, soon to be TheWhoFarmMobile.

Today's WTF is brought to you by the Penn Quarter Farmers Market.

From the WhoFarm:


here are the TENTATIVE DATES for TheWhoFarm's amazing journey from now through the November election. We are driving across the country in our food-producing TheWhoFarmMobile...spreading the word of our petition and and collecting voices that collectively say "We, the people, respectfully request that an organic farm be planted on the grounds of The White House, at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave, Washington, DC."


(And if you haven't already signed, we're live at -- tell your neighbors, tell your friends.)


Tentative Tour Dates for TheWhoFarm

Los Angeles Sept 16-21

Sedona, AZ Sept 23-24

Flagstaff, AZ Sept 25-26

Albuquerque/Santa Fe Sept 27-Oct 2

Austin, TX Oct 3-6

New Orleans, LA Oct 7-10

Birmingham, AL Oct 11-12

Atlanta / Athens, GA Oct 13 -15

Asheville, NC Oct 16-17

REST STOP Oct 18-19

New York City Oct 20-Nov 1

Washington, DC Nov 2-10

An interesting site on my street late one evening.


Go to the website at


Maybe sign the petition.


That is if you want a garden to be made out of the whitehouse front lawn.


Our solar panel and our theme album.

The White House Organic Farm Project is petitioning the next president to plant an edible garden on his lawn.

Visitors to Slow Food SF from the other coast.

Their baby is so amazing and chill. And seriously cute...

Teenagers from Louisiana asking questions and getting interested in local food.

Habana Outpost is solar-powered! A fun place to hang in Ft. Greene - at least when it's not swarming with folks...

we're attempting to generate as little garbage as possible... We can't really do anything about the trash can across from us except for watch it evolve...


Note Gucci bag... FAO Schwarz is right behind us - the other day i looked at this trash can and there was an FAO Schwarz bag sitting there - so basically it made it about 20 feet from the store to the garbage can. Yeah, that's some sustainability talking right there!

David Pogue of the NYT coming to the Apple Store to film a comedy bit to air on CNBC Thursday night.

Standing in front of the Apple Store with friends we flagged down of the street because of a cool t-shirt.

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