The Food Mobile

Hail to the Dinosaurs!

A guy in Louisville has opened
some old-fashioned corner grocery
stores featuring nothing but fresh,
locally grown vegetables, fruits,
and eggs -- and some locally raised
free range beef and pork, and locally
sourced cheese and honey. It's sort
of like going to the local Farmer's

He's calls the stores The Root

There's Root Cellar No. 1 and Root
Cellar No. 2. Trudi goes to them
once or twice a week, grabbing
extra green stuff to supplement
what we buy at the Farmer's Market
or grow in the back yard.

Now he's taking the thing one
step further.

He's buying a big bus, and he's
going to make it into a Food

Sort of like a Book Mobile, for
those of you old enough to
remember the Book Mobile. (The
book mobile was  a bus or van
that brought library books to
parts of town far away from the
library. Neat concept. Books
are good, reading is good,
libraries are good and Book
Mobiles are good.)

But back to the Food Mobile.

He'll use it to bring fresh,
healthy food to people living
in the parts of town we call
Food Deserts -- the parts
of Louisville where all you
can buy is fast food, junk
food and processed junk from
the gas station or
convenience mart.

These are parts of town where
there's no local grocery store,
and where fresh vegetables are
virtually unknown. And you can
imagine the health impact of
living on chips and cheese

He's raising funding for the
project on Kickstarter. Trudi
and I are supporting him. It
seems like a good thing to do.

You can read more about it
right here:

I think it's a pretty good
idea -- and it's something we
might be seeing in lots of places
around the world in the not too
distant future.

Anyhow, that's the Food Mobile.

Be looking for a post tomorrow
about a somewhat similar idea
that one of the original Dinos
came up with about 10 years ago.
I call it The Muscle Mobile --
and you'll want to be sure to
read about it.

As always, thanks for reading
and have a great day. If you
train today, make it a good

Yours in strength,

Brooks Kubik

P.S. For strength and health, eat
your veggies and hit the iron --
Dino Style. My books and courses
tell you how to do it:

P.S. 2. Thought for the Day: "Iron
plus effort plus healthy eating
equals great results." -- Brooks Kubik