Hi everyone, I just thought Id share some moments with you about my trip to Boston.
IÂ’ll be home the 22nd of August but right now we are in Gloucester MA just relaxing at a bed and breakfast on the beach. My sister in law lives next door and thatÂ’s were im hooking up from so im able to get on my computer for a few minutes. As I write im looking out onto the ocean and although the sky is overcast and itÂ’s a bit drizzly here, the ocean breeze and the fresh clean smell of sand and water are wafting through the windows. My sister in law just passed me with a plate of cut up starfruit and stopped to give me a slice. Mmmm, that was good. And a few minutes later she layer out a sliced up pineapple. It was organic and it was one of the best I ever had. So juicy and sweet!
Although sheÂ’s not raw sheÂ’s really into fruits and veggies and is taking us out tonight to this place that has Â‘fabulous saladsÂ’.
Yesterday when we got here she made us a salad of fresh cucumbers and tomatoes from her garden and last night we went out and had a great smoothie from this place we found in NH while stocking up on some fruits and nuts for the B&B.
We have our little tribest blender with us and have made some smoothies with protein powder and green powder in the mornings as well.
The first day we arrived we had a lot of business stuff to do but my other sister in law informed us she was making dinner. So although we were kind of cringing at the thought of what we would be eating while everyone else around us was eating a standard American diet, we obliged. My sister in law has two little children and a husband and none of them are Â‘into rawÂ’.
Well, what a surprise we had when we sat down to dinner. Very nonchalantly there was put in front of us a green dip with fresh veggies. Â‘Hmm, looks like my spinach dipÂ’
I thought. Well, it was and it was REALLY good. Next came corn chowder, followed by tomato-mushroom salad. Toping off the meal was a carrot cake. YUM!!!
I couldnÂ’t believe it! My sister in law had never made anything raw but she had my book and decided to treat us!
What a great surprise. I always have people asking how I stay raw while traveling, and although I lucked out with that homemade raw dinner that first night, it really isnÂ’t very hard. A very little bit of preparation and it can really be a so easy.
One of my clients went to Africa and stayed raw the whole time.
Anybody else have some traveling stories to share while staying raw?