Man, I think something came through the wormhole this time! I have to say, though, the hubs has an interesting story about it on his Flickr page.
“In September 2015, I stopped and photographed a cowboy like figure on a crawfish near Waller, Texas. The giant crawfish sat on top of a shack that advertised itself as a restaurant. www.flickr.com/photos/wyojones/25870681116/in/album-72157…
On Friday , March 31, 2017, after a hard week, I took a drive in the country away from Houston, I found a revitalized restaurant. The giant crawfish is now bright red; the cowboy better dressed carrying a Texas Flag; the signs repainted; and the cafe, now called the Swamp Shak, open and doing a brisk business selling crawfish. The parking areas (not visible in the photo) were full. The Shack sells crawfish Thursday through Sunday. The price? On the day of the photo the cost was $4.99/pound. Spring is crawfish season in Texas. Every spring, the Texan’s love of the crustacean gives rebirth to roadside stands like the Swamp Shak.”
He has his theory and I have mine. The Wormhole did it.
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