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Friday, 09 January 2009



Yeah, they do love their steaks...At the Big Texan steak house in Amarillo they serve 72oz steaks! The youngest person to eat one was only 9, and the oldest was a 92 year old woman! Jeez!


I love those pictures, reminds me of the burning man thing, very cool indeed. Those fry's look nice too!

Boots in the Oven

Elin, they do indeed! We went to the Big Texan (it's in the last post - amarillo by evenin') and it was a definite experience!

boots, I can see that. Very public art. And the fries were totally wonderful!


it's been raining here in cozumel since the day we arrived - what i wouldn't give for some weird and easily accessible "art" to pass the time :)

Boots in the Oven

Oh no! Rain in cozumel? I feel for you. I hope you're still having a great time!


Ha, loved the photos of Amarillo. My hometown has some very interesting quirks. If you dig under the surface more Amarillo is not only a hotspot for steak but Thai Food. Tons of Thai restaurants. Very strange indeed.

Boots in the Oven

Thanks, chance! I was pleasantly surprised by Amarillo. I wonder why so many Thai restaurants?

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