Blue State Cowgirl, aka Lisa Paul, has been spending some more time traveling with the cheeseballs. Yay Lisa! She has provided me with an UTZ-erly excellent selection of pictures for this week from the San Francisco area. Please visit Lisa at her Leftcoast Cowboys blog.
I am going to include verbatim Lisa's wonderfully animated description of the photos:
"I've included some pictures of Cheese Balls with famous San Francisco public art. The giant spider sculpture is by famous sculptor Louise Bourgeois and was just on loan to the City. It just sold to a Texas collector for SIX MILLION DOLLARS. Louise gets that money, not the City, but at least it was on display for free.
Also included is art that my tax dollars DID pay for and that's the giant bow and arrow. Which has always mystified me because, I can get an arrow buried in the ground as if it's been shot there, but why is the bow also buried? And who can pull the bow and release the arrow when both are buried in the ground? It all makes more sense coming out of a jar of UTZ Cheese Balls.
However, I've given you another view of the Bow and Arrow and the and a palm tree, just for variety."
Thank you Lisa for helping make possible another Cheeseball Tuesday!
I read a blog the other day where the blogger was motivating his minions to take action by referring to them as "pussies." Really, didn't realize that was an effective motivational tool! I must add it to my arsenal. LOL Perhaps then I could get some more Cheeseball Tuesday entries. The promise of appearing on my blog has not exactly been working miracles. Maybe I need to promise that you can appear on someone else's blog!
You do realize that you get to eat the cheeseballs after taking the photos? I'd consider that a win in my book!
Remember, if you would like to participate in Cheeseball Tuesday, it's simple: Just send me a photo of you and the cheeseballs in a distinct location near you! I'll feature your photos and link to your blog. They are sold at your local Sam's Club, BJ's or Staples or are available for purchase online directly from UTZ or through Amazon.com.