Driven to Espresso: Drive-through Coffee Stands in the Northwest

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Monday, June 07, 2010

Could I get a double-tall hay?

You know how some drive-throughs have dog biscuits on-hand for when dogs are in the car with their customers? What do you suppose the chances are that this drive-through had a handful of grass* on-hand for the occasional mule coming through? (note to mule owners: I don't have a clue what mules eat. Grass is an educated guess.) This is something I would not expect to ever see. This drive-through is more than likely in Salem, Oregon, based on the location of the blogger, but I would have guessed it would be Pennsylvania where the Amish still use horse-drawn wagons as their primary means of transportation.

In Driven to Espresso, there is a drive-through that is painted to look like a wagon, and there is also one that is an actual wagon, so I suppose this case of a wagon driving-through a drive-through lane makes it all complete.


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