Earlier in the week, we once again went to the Food Truck Tuesdays on the south side of Montclair Plaza Shopping Center. As with such things, the food quality was variable. Mine was quite edible, but not memorable, which was unfortunate. My wife made a much wiser and tastier choice of the sandwich from the Cousins Lobster truck. Not bad overall.
Wednesday night we drove into Westwood in the early evening, and the last few miles of our freeway journey were on the northbound 405, the traffic of which, even as late as we went, was appalling! However, we found the place. When I went to school at UCLA in the 70s, the medical center buildings were complex and difficult to wander. Since then the buildings have been repurposed as the state's laws about earthquake standards would no longer permit their use that way, and so we went to the Ronald Reagan Hospital across the street from the old center, now in use as various schools, to see Todd there. He's been quite ill, and we spent a couple of hours hanging out and chatting, and brought him a book to read. Wandering afterwards we found a 24 hour deli and had a really late supper before heading home.
Thus are the highlights of the week; not horrible, but nothing to brag about. Everybody enjoy your end of summer parties this weekend!