Monday, June 02, 2008

Nothing Like a Giant Burrito

To help prepare LandShark for the 5 pound pancake challenge just south
of the Oregon border.

10 comments:

Tanya said...

How in the world can you eat a giant burrito like that and then hike for 18-20 miles?!? That is crazy...that thing would weigh you down more than your packs! =) Missed you guys at Erin's recital! She did GREAT as always!
Love ya!

Anonymous said...

Glad to hear that things are going well and that you both were able to take this awesome adventure together. Daniel just ran his 1st marathon yesterday (26.2 miles) and completed it in 3hr 37mins. I was so proud of his accomplishment. I pray continued blessings on your trip, speedy recoverings to your bodies and many divine appointments :) Keep in touch, Tracy James

Anonymous said...

lol yea get your mexican food fix now, once you hit oregon it becomes increasingly gringo....

miss you guys mucho, when are you gonna be in oregon, anywhere near portland?

Stretchy Gurm

Anonymous said...

Ok, so I love burritos as much as anyone... ok maybe not as much as Landshark Fainer, but as much as anyone else. I can't even imagine where the thought of consuming that became a good idea. You actually walked after eating that?! I wouldn't even be able to get out of the resturant after eating a burrito of that magnitude. Holy cow, you guys are amazing!
- Chris

carlo said...

just another example of the super-human abilities required to take this journey.

i like how the burrito gets more comments than anything else recently!

d. swills said...

In minneapolis they were giving out free burritos if you signed up to read a book at the local library because of some cooperation. I can only assume they were burritos of this magnitude, how else could you get someone to read a book? Or go to a library?

Gareth said...

Seriously, I was gonna visit the Los Gatos Library the other day, but then I remembered how much I hate book shelvers and decided not to.

The burrito reminds me of eating Mexican food after Yosemite, although none of our dishes were nearly that big.

K & El said...

that burrito looks awesome! but, i saw that pancake thing on tv, and holy mama! that burrito is like one of those mammajamma pancakes!
you gotta post pics of that giant feast!

LandShark/Steve said...

I know I never respond to people's generous comments, but you all were so impressed. And normally, I don't have my mom's computer (thanks again, Cam) nearby.

I did eat the whole thing, and I did make it out of the restaurant, but I wasn't mobile for an hour after that.

David said...

I saw this picture when you posted it and it was a truly spiritual moment...not really but you get it. Burritos are amazing. Glad Steve is fulfilling his needs while away.

Steve, it sort of reminds me of the burrito we had in Newton KS. Who would have guessed.