The Sledgehammer – Version 2.0

November 29, 2008

Why Settle For Less? We Have.

Filed under: Random Stuff, Wanderings — Tags: , , — Brian Lutz @ 12:33 pm

Although the family Thanksgiving trip has been (mostly) enjoyable, the fact that I’ve been a passenger on this particular trip means that there has been little opportunity to explore here, which is a bit of a shame.  From an urban archaeology perspective, Provo is a fascinating town, with all sorts of old buildings and a bunch of stores that were obviously something else at some point in the past.  Of course, everyone else in my family finds this stuff to be rather boring, so I’ve just had to go with the flow and follow everyone else around.  In spite of this, there have still been a number of interesting bits and pieces that I’ve run across.  Here’s one from across the street from where I’ve been staying:

Surely there has to be some sort of story behind this one.  If you’re making the best tacos and (some other unknown Mexican food item) in Utah, why would you stop?  Has the economic slowdown forced them to focus on their taco making and switch to making mediocre burritos?  Has the Enchilada cartel warned them that bad things might happen if they don’t fall in line?  Has the place fallen afoul of the Zagat survey?  Either way, if you’re looking for the best tacos and (deleted) in utah, here’s your place.  This guy seemed to like the place, but I haven’t had a chance to try the place, so your mileage may vary.

i’ve got a number of things that I’ve run across here, but I’ll probably save those for after the drive back home tomorrow.

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