In hard-hit Roseburg, Oregon, a novel step into informalization: the Neighborhood Smokehouse and Grill food truck plugs in to utilities under the awning of a disused gas station that seems to have been recently a Rhino Shield paint dealership.
These photos were just snapped from the road, so I didn't check if the smokehouse operation has also moved inside the permanent building -- but whether it has or not, this is a new combination and kind of a cool one.
this one?) or for that matter can take up with a new landlord. That's a whole nother level of flexibility.
Precarity being the flip side of "flexibility". Scary world we live in. But so amazing to see how people adapt.