Movable feasts

Movable feasts

Low entry cost, mobility have food trucks, trailers proliferating
Customers order and eat lunch at the Happy Cow Food Shack, a restaurant contained in a trailer along Frontage Road in Durango.
Carol Clark discusses the installation of a solar-electric system in her truck with Derek Wadsworth, owner of SolarWorks. Clark is transforming it into a snack-and-beverage service truck. She plans to use the mobile restaurant at events throughout the area serving healthful, locally produced foods.
Derek Wadsworth, owner of SolarWorks, cleans one of two 100-watt solar panels on top of the truck. Carol Clark is transforming the truck into a snack-and-beverage mobile restaurant she plans to use at events throughout the area.
Paula Ransford speaks to a customer through the window of her mobile restaurant, the Happy Cow Food Shack, which is in a trailer on Frontage Road in Durango during lunch.
Derek Wadsworth, Owner of SolarWorks cleans solar panels on top of the truck Carol Clark is transforming into a snack-and-beverage mobile restaurant.
A lunch crowd is on the way. Paula Ransford speaks on the phone to a regular customer who was headed to her restaurant the Happy Cow Food Shack with a crew of men. Ransford operates the Happy Cow from within a trailer on Frontage Road in Durango.
Green-chile hamburgers, a lunch favorite among patrons of the Happy Cow, grill away at the restaurant, which is contained in a trailer on Frontage Road in Durango.
Paula Ransford speaks to a customer through the window of her mobile restaurant, the Happy Cow Food Shack.

Movable feasts

Customers order and eat lunch at the Happy Cow Food Shack, a restaurant contained in a trailer along Frontage Road in Durango.
Carol Clark discusses the installation of a solar-electric system in her truck with Derek Wadsworth, owner of SolarWorks. Clark is transforming it into a snack-and-beverage service truck. She plans to use the mobile restaurant at events throughout the area serving healthful, locally produced foods.
Derek Wadsworth, owner of SolarWorks, cleans one of two 100-watt solar panels on top of the truck. Carol Clark is transforming the truck into a snack-and-beverage mobile restaurant she plans to use at events throughout the area.
Paula Ransford speaks to a customer through the window of her mobile restaurant, the Happy Cow Food Shack, which is in a trailer on Frontage Road in Durango during lunch.
Derek Wadsworth, Owner of SolarWorks cleans solar panels on top of the truck Carol Clark is transforming into a snack-and-beverage mobile restaurant.
A lunch crowd is on the way. Paula Ransford speaks on the phone to a regular customer who was headed to her restaurant the Happy Cow Food Shack with a crew of men. Ransford operates the Happy Cow from within a trailer on Frontage Road in Durango.
Green-chile hamburgers, a lunch favorite among patrons of the Happy Cow, grill away at the restaurant, which is contained in a trailer on Frontage Road in Durango.
Paula Ransford speaks to a customer through the window of her mobile restaurant, the Happy Cow Food Shack.
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