Hello again friends!
As we looked out our dormer windows on this strangely humid-yet-ready-to-rain-at-any-moment sort of day, an unusual thought arose from the depths. No – it wasn’t the standard lament of “I really wish I owned a pair of wellies, I’m going to take responsibility for the potential sogginess of my socks and buy some already,” nor was it “Rainy days are the perfect excuses to bake cookies and watch a whole lot of bad 80′s zombie flicks” – it was in fact, “Is a clear plastic garbage bag a suitable enough replacement for a tarpaulin?”
Before you arch your brows at us quizzically, let us explain:
We have changed our Night Market food cart design to make use of scrap wood off-cuts, and those off-cuts (some five hundred of them) happen to be hiding out on our backyard patio, covered in a skimpy layer of garbage bags for protection from the wrath of storm clouds that are swiftly approaching downtown Toronto.
So as you ponder our predicament, nod in appreciation for the mild severity of the situation, and think to yourselves ‘Yes, I really ought to buy some wellies as well,’ perhaps take a moment to project your reflections on to our latest and greatest design below, and let us know what you think. We’re always happy to hear your input.
The Stop’s Night Market is just 8 days away, and we can’t wait!