Now, the path from empty 24' box truck to fine dining experience was by no means smooth. Early Friday afternoon, Budget Truck Rentals threw us a curve, informing us that the truck we reserved had been returned in a state that was unsafe to drive. The race was on to find a new 24' truck or worst case maybe a 20' or 22' truck. With barely any time to spare before the truck rental agency closed, we arrived in the South Bay to pick up keys for a replacement 24' box truck. (What we'd learn later was that this truck was a little wider than our original truck. It was also a little taller (we passed under the 80 overpass on Fourth street with 4 inches to spare). On the plus side, the truck had an amazing wood floor.)
|Photography Credit: Neil Girling aka Carnivillain via Flickr|
Early in the morning, our glassware is carefully packed to avoid breakage during transport.
Walls are painted.
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