Here is a photo of a great great hamburger place that you should really go to by the name of Miss Ann’s Snack Shop.This link will take you to a map so that you can go there and get there and eat there.
Good luck troopers . . . I will have more to say on this place soon . . . sooner than soon if I can help it . . .
Here is the little bio thing from their website to tantalize you and yours . . .
So, who is this Natty Bumpercar anyway? While trying to keep as many plates spinning on little bendy sticks as he can, Natty Bumpercar is a guy who at least attempts to float the illusion that he is constantly doing a pretty serious amount of stuff. With the help of his trusty compatriots (Spot Elliot, Peanut Lou and Irving Brown Socks), he spends most of his days writing about, drawing about, painting about, computering about and generally abouting about all of the what for and the goings on in the tiny world (that is mostly just in his head) of Coffee Can Alley. While currently calling the Buena Vista Heights area of Decatur home base, more often he can be found driving back and forth and forth and back to one of the larger metropolises in our fair land. He manages to eat and keep a semblance of a roof over his head by doing freelance design under the name of Peanut Graphic. But as work can sometimes lean toward being a bit boring, Natty Bumpercar usually ends up wandering about the world in search of adventures that materialize in the form of sticky situations and amazingly awkward conversations . . . Hooray for adventures!
Here is a label that I made awhile ago for a tasty tasty beer that “some friends of mine” made.
The reason that I am putting it up (the reason that it came to mind) is that I finally drank the bottle that was living in my fridge for the past while . . . and oh yes – it had some “watermellony goodness!”
I think that my cat (Peanut Lou) just tooted – which has really thrown me off . . . really really thrown me off . . .
Oh – and I am working on another one of these here labels – so I’ll put it up whenever it is all kinds of done – and done – and done.