…but that doesn’t make them biscuits.
(A Texas saying that means, “You can say whatever you want about something, but that doesn’t change what it is.” It has nothing to do with this post other than it is also about boots.)
This is a short post today. You’re welcome.
There are boots in Texas. Right, you knew that.
But really, there are boot shops in every town. What better way to advertise than to put a huge boot in front of your shop. This is Texas after all, where everything is bigger.
This is the prettiest giant boot I’ve seen. I love the artwork, and wish I knew who the artist was. If you visit the boot perhaps, unlike my lazy self, you could take the few steps over to the door and ask the shop owners who painted the pretty boot? If you do, please come back here and let me know what they said, ok? Thanks, I appreciate it.
You too can visit the boot in front of the Texas Boot Company in Bastrop, Texas, on Old Austin Highway. (If that town name rings a bell, I wrote about the smiley water towers in Bastrop a while back.)
And this concludes the shortest post. Mostly because I now need biscuits.