"What are you rebelling against?" a man in the food line asked.
"Whadda ya got?" I replied, and the man was impressed that I recognized his reference to Marlon Brando's The Wild One.
A Fork in the Road is the food truck parked alongside the pub for the Lazy Hiker Brewery. Lazy Hiker doesn't sell food inside, but many people buy their food outside and bring it into the taproom.
Appalachian Trail. (Kira also told us about the church we are visiting this week.) Both the brewery and the church are in Franklin, which is just over a hundred miles into the over two thousand mile hike. Trail travelers often take an overnight stop here, enjoying the food, showers, and yes, beer, to be found herein.
He answered On the Waterfront. (That is a perfectly acceptable answer. Also acceptable: The Godfather, A Streetcar Named Desire, The Freshman, Apocalypse Now, or even Superman. Not acceptable: The Island of Dr. Moreau or The Formula.)
"God bless you," Terry said as he left.
Music: light rock
Snacks: burgers, chicken tenders, quesadillas, etc., available for sale at the Fork in the Road food truck
Followup: noneVisitor Treatment: people were happy to chat with strangers, and we saw at least one person buying a drink for a hiker. Visitors were encouraged to sign a banner in the hallway.