Brooklyn Street Art
Stephen and I enjoyed a walkabout of eating, shopping and exploring Pitkin Avenue in Brownsville, Brooklyn.
Stephen Loves walking taking in the sights and sounds of wherever we happen to be.
We lunched at McDonald’s on Pitkin Avenue and took a look see at Petland. We didn’t find any suitable Christmas gifts for our cat Sylvester. Even though it was rainy, dreary and foggy we basked in the sunshine of Stephen smile. Wow!
Stephen is such a stupendous and outstanding Autism Guy that he brings the Sunshine on Cloudy days!
Why Spend a Fortune when there is No Need?!
Holla for a Dollar. You got 99 problems? Well here are 99 cents stores that might help you solve your issues. If you’re old enough you will remember those back in the day stores Woolworth’s and Lamstons both of which went out of business and are long gone but they have been replaced by many discount stores located mainly in working class low income neighborhoods.
#Brooklyn #Brownsville Today’s Soulful Strut took me from Rockaway Avenue over to Pitkin Avenue and completing my promenade at Pennsylvania Avenue. I Love Architecture. I always wonder what old buildings once housed before new stores or people took them over. Buildings have a history and are always speaking to us if we only listen. Brownsville ~~ My Village | Pitkin Promenade.
#Brooklyn Brooklyn, New York ~~ Today’s Soulful Strut took me from Rockaway Avenue where I made a right turn onto Pitkin Avenue. I walked along Pitkin Avenue all the way to Howard Avenue. The photos of the little guy in the flower pot and the cookie message were taken 11/28/2015 along Ralph Avenue.