|And that would include an expound on the curb-your-dog signs, which are unprecedented in their own right. Perhaps League City can take a few pointers from this photo series for their proposed dog park, assuming it moves forward into development.|
|Poochy peer pressure is positively punishing in this regard.|
BTW, note that long line of cars to the left. The next thing that has to happen here is that TxDOT needs to get on the ball (the small ball) and revise the IH-45 interchange, which is now frightfully under-capacitied for serving both Buc-ees and Tanger Outlet Mall.
|Fear not in the face of fierce peer pressure - the infrastructure is in place for dealing with the demands.|
|Even more different types of signs, humorous but pointed.|
|I took pics of folks taking pics of their kids with the now-famous bronze beaver.|
|As for the store itself, it's a Buc-ee's monolithic classic. Every time I walk into one of these, I can't help but think, "How the hell did you people manage to build this thing with such a long unsupported span?!"|
|There is need for EVEN MORE stuff, however: I was disappointed to find that the wall-sized collection of spices and sauces did not include any Mexican blends. There's Texan, BBQ, and Cajun in abundance, but no Mexican (other than fajita spices which, to me, fall into the BBQ category). Beaver please take note - we have a lot of TexMex and MexMex going on around here. We could really use a good Mexican spices vendor, especially since The Spice Lady of Kemah decided to discontinue her artisanal efforts in order to pursue a different career focus (reportedly).|
|And they'll also ask him, "What's your favorite billboard slogan?"|
Screengrabbed from Wikipedia.