Egads! The Return Of Barryman!

Hey kids, we’re back from the wonderful parallel universe that is Argentina.
I could write a thousand lines to describe our fantastic journey on my beloved azerty keyboard, but as clichés go, “a picture is worth a thousand words” is right up there with the best of ’em.

So here, in a nutshell, I present to you a concise pictorial of our stay in Kirchnerismo Central:

Sharl & Lucas

Barryman

Argentine Steak

Whoa. That went fast, didn’t it.

22 Responses to “Egads! The Return Of Barryman!”

  1. urbangraffito says:

    Welcome home, you three globetrotters from Barry Towers. After a month a fine food, fine wine, fine pablum, it must feel good to be home!

  2. Bob says:

    Is that Lake Erie in the background?

  3. Barry's Imaginary Publisher says:

    A quote from Bob:

    Is that Lake Erie in the background?

    It’s called the Atlantic Ocean I’m afraid, Bob — eery though it may seem.

  4. P. C. says:

    It’s better to say that the Atlantic Ocean is a river from Buenos Aires perspective…

  5. jonnybutter says:

    cute cute cute! Also: wow, does that beef look wonderful. there is nothing like Argentinian feral beef!

  6. Barry's Imaginary Publisher says:

    A quote from P. C.:

    It’s better to say that the Atlantic Ocean is a river from Buenos Aires perspective…

    Lol, how true! That picture was taken in Mar Del Plata though so I figure I’m safe calling the ocean “the ocean” 😉

    A quote from jonnybutter:

    cute cute cute! Also: wow, does that beef look wonderful. there is nothing like Argentinian feral beef!

    Indeed! Argentinian steak is delicious — so much so that it is considered heresy to eat it with anything else but some salt and pepper, and (optionally!) the tiniest bit of salad.

  7. Bob says:

    …and, speaking of rivers, I believe that is actually the Cayahoga River in the foreground. Now, that’s eerie!

  8. P. C. says:

    It’s difficult to say where ends the river and where begins the ocean.
    (I’m not quoting a zen koan!).

  9. jonnybutter says: