Feb 27, 2011
Yesterday we ventured across town to the upholstery shop to make the final arrangements. Afterward, we drove down to the city of South Hooterville and had lunch at an old favorite restaurant, Mi Nidito. The main industry of South Hooterville is Mexican restaurants.
Mi Nidito's most famous moment was when President Clinton stopped in for lunch. They have a dish on the menu called the El Presidente as well as the Presidential booth.
Yesterday, we sat opposite a guy who ordered the three beef taco platter, followed by a Carne Seca chimichanga, enchilada style and he topped off his lunch with three green chile enchiladas. Anyone of the three makes more than a meal. Perhaps he was recently freed from prison and was catching up.
Things in this blog represented to be fact, may or may not actually be true. The writer is frequently wrong, sometimes just full of it, but always judgmental and cranky