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Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Along the Way #2

Lincoln, Nebraska. First stop of the trip as we drive towards the start of the tour in Loveland. We arrive at dinnertime and, after checking in at the hotel, go in search of a Nebraskesque culinary experience. What comes to mind here? Corn. Steak. After rejecting a Mexican restaurant (not for its non-Nebraskaism, but for its no-beerism) we head downtown to the "Historic Haymarket" area. The first place we see there is called Crabby Bill's Seafood. Crabby Bill's. Nebraska Seafood. That's wrong in so many ways. We opt for a Mexican restaurant (slow learners?). This one turned out to be OK, but not much more than that. We are left to ponder the antilogy of Nebraska seafood. Maybe next time.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Insight: much of life IS antilogy!!!!