Sushi is good

24 09 2008

Tonight we went to Pueblo and ate sushi with our friends Angie and Steven. Very very good.  We went to a restaurant named MoMo in Pueblo, I would have to say that the Las Vegas Roll was the yummiest of all the many yummy rolls.  I also learned that you can disolve wasabi in your soy sauce and it is very tasty.  For dessert I had Green Tea Ice Cream which sounds very strange but tasted really great.  We’ll definitely being going there for special occasions in the future.

Unfortunately I forgot to bring my camera, and therefor have no picture of the nasty disgusting Wind Scorpion which Steven caught in their HOUSE?!??! Egad!!!

Solifugae) most common to southeastern Colorado. Occasionally they are found along the Front Range. They possess large conspicuous jaws used to crush prey, but they do not have venom glands. Also present are prominent enlargements of the mouthparts (palps) that give the impression of a fifth pair of legs. Sun spiders are active animals, and a common name ‘wind scorpion’ reflects this behavior. They occasionally enter buildings, particularly in early summer.

Sun Spiders/Wind Scorpions/Solpugids Sun spiders are bizarre looking arachnids (Order: Solifugae) most common to southeastern Colorado. Occasionally they are found along the Front Range. They possess large conspicuous jaws used to crush prey, but they do not have venom glands. Also present are prominent enlargements of the mouthparts (palps) that give the impression of a fifth pair of legs. Sun spiders are active animals, and a common name ‘wind scorpion’ reflects this behavior. They occasionally enter buildings, particularly in early summer.

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