The absurdity of a food truck at Bixby Bridge, 1/6/18

Yes, that is a “food truck” in the form of a trailer. And yes, it set up shop on the Bixby Bridge turnout. And yes, that is a customer standing in line. At one point, I am informed, the line was edging over the white fog line. Thanks Ken Ecklund for taking the photo and Martha for sending it. I will make sure and send this on.


~ by bigsurkate on January 6, 2018.

14 Responses to “The absurdity of a food truck at Bixby Bridge, 1/6/18”

  1. It just keeps on getting crazier and crazier, doesn’t it?


  2. Oh, you got that right, Gunta


  3. Wasn’t there a restaurant in that exact spot about 60 plus years ago?


  4. Yes there was a restaurant, mini hotel and gas station there but it was pre WW2. I have a photo. This was when the bridge ead called, “Rainbow Bridge”…not Bixby.


  5. I just passed this on my way into town. I did not believe it at first. Looks like he was closing up shop…

    This can’t be legal? If so, I know what I’m doing this summer at the top of my driveway…


  6. Yes, and a billion tourists ago.


  7. He was cited by the CHP and told to move along…

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  8. Say it isn’t so!!!


  9. Unbelievable!


  10. Kate,

    Haha, I’m sure he has permit to operate there too.


  11. The country needs to put a uniformed officer at Bixby during peak tourist times. People do not obey signs or barriers and now a food truck!

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  12. I saw it at 9 and again at 1:30. I wondered why not CHP had stopped this, I am sure there was no permit to run a food truck ! Taking up parking spots and creating traffic problems even worse than before. The dirt road was completely parked out .

    Sent from my iPhone



  13. Also this:


  14. I admire his entrepreneurial attempt to make an honest living.


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