A month later, we threw that plan in the waste bin and started over.
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My wife and I enjoyed a week in Cuba, exploring the music, food and sights of Havana. We were curious to see if what we had heard was true: every other car that passes you is an American classic from the 30s, 40s or 50s. It was! Some immaculately restored, others “Frankensteined” and looking like they would disintegrate under the beating of the omnipresent potholes.
The nicest taxi we got a ride in. Source: David Smith, smithwrites.com
As the week went by, I became aware that now and then a scooter would sneak by us. How did they do that…
Creative director, writer and marketer for clean energy; husband, dad, skier, snowboarder, motorcyclist, runner, brewer, Portland fan