Strange question right off the bat? I'm a little OCD and can't stand it when I have a post that has zero comments LOL. I posted later yesterday and earlier today and at the time of writing this yesterday's post didn't have any comments so if you can help me out by commenting on both of the posts I would appreciate it. Does anyone else have this OCD issue when it comes to blogging?
Anyways...more photos from the last couple of months including this vegan find! I believe I found this at Giant Eagle in Erie. It was pretty good. I see they are coming out with more breakfast options, however, I have found that I am eating them for dinner!
These lil gems I found at Wegmans and I have to say I'm a fan! I see they have other products that are vegan, too, so if I see them again I will have to try them!
I also spotted these at Wegmans. I had been seeing other people post other flavors on IG and when I saw them FINALLY I just about jumped for joy! I have yet to make them but one of these days I will get to it!
I've already downed this bottle of Goddess Dressing from Trader Joe's!
These I bought at Lakewood Apothecary. They have some neat vegan snacks there. I tried these and like them but find it to be an occasional snack and not one where I would eat an entire bag at one sitting.
I also found this Detox Toothpaste at Lakewood Apothecary! Has anyone else located this yet by chance? I have used it a few times and it's ok so far.
I consider myself to be somewhat techie but there are certain things I still like to have to physically write in and to have in front of me instead of using an app or device. A daily planner is one of those things. I have been on the search for one for what seems to be EVER and a few weeks ago I finally found one that I really like. This was the quote that was on the front.
While in my travels for work I enjoyed the time I spent on one block of Jamestown where there were a few shops within that block. This was one of the shops. It's the Bio Dome Project and they had a co-op/vendor feel to it and carried some interesting items. I loved their window store front and snapped this pic for my co-worker since she's our resident 'plant lady' and has gotten a few of us started with office plants!
Right next door was The Sprinkle Cone. I really LOVED the look of this place! Artsy! They even have about 3 vegan options daily.
The space is opened via garage door but they converted the inside for this space.
It's seasonal but super cool decor where you can scribble on their chalk board walls!
While in Jamestown I also stopped over at Full Moon Rising Bakery. They had a nice space, as well, and carry at least 1 vegan option daily.
This is the outside of the Roger Tory Peterson Institute in Jamestown, NY. Jamestown is the home of Roger Tory Peterson who was a naturalist, educator, artist, and environmental advocate before environmentalism was 'a thing'. His specialty was birds.
The Roger Tory Peterson Institute is right down the street from SUNY JCC - Jamestown Community College. That's where I went to college and it's been a while since I have stopped over and spent time in that neighborhood. Down the other side of the street is this park I used to spend time at while in college. It's called College Park and before that it was called "Hundred Acre Lot". The history behind it is that it was SAVED by fundraising efforts by area teachers and students and was one of the first School Parks in the nation.
Oh! I almost forgot to post about this Vegetable Panang Curry I found at Trader Joe's! I figured it was time for another food break in this post before moving on to more travel and regional photos and tidbits!
These two photos were taken at the foot of Bett's Park in Warren, PA. I've featured other photos from this park before but I don't think I have posted about the water side of things.
It was a bit on the dry side when I took them. Sometimes the water is higher. These trees will be changing colors for fall soon. I will try and get more fall photos this year and post them soon!
And one last photo for today. This is another park. This one is on the other side of Jamestown and is called McCrea Point Park. It's a nice little park in the middle of old factory buildings and a bit of hustle and bustle.