One of the redeeming bits about business travel is that it affords the opportunity to discover places to perch. Finding a comfortable, cool little nook or cranny to work, to chat, to read, to write, or to just hang out are the secret joys of travel on the company dime.
I discovered Six Degrees Orcutt in search of breakfast and brew last year. Their overnight oats are superb, and their coffee even better, all in a tiny little line of stores in a village south of Santa Maria.
Inspired by this huge cup, I am now officially hunting down Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup coffee.
Yeah, it will probably be gross, but I’m willing to risk it.
As of this writing, we’ve taken Route 66 from Hesperia to Oklahoma City.
Looking forward to taking the Chicago – OKC portion, and then finishing by sticking to the original alignment as far as we can go.
These guys think about color a lot, so that you don’t have to.
Instead, you can sip coffee and think about what you want to do about color.
Or something else.
Delighted to have Pantone as a client.
When I was a kid, we always looked forward to meals on road trips. We knew that, if nothing else, there was Denny’s.
Denny’s is not what it used to be, but when we hit the road beyond California, there is Cracker Barrel. CB’s menu, quality, and service makes it easy to forget the other roadside chains. It’s like Howard Johnson’s, only…country.
Because deep down inside each and every American, there’s a little Texan.
Sometimes two or three.
Earned it. A year ago today.