October 19, 2009

Bathtub mustard, fungus...

I was out and about with my cameras yesterday in the vicinity of Mount Horeb. After focusing on fungus with my fisheye...

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(Photo by Meade.)

... I was peeping at the Bathtub Venus at the Mustard Museum:

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12 comments:

chickenlittle said...

Ypres! Any mustard gas at that museum?

Bissage said...

There’s nothing quite like a good, old-fashioned mustard bath to clean out your P-trap.

edutcher said...

Bathtub mustard? Wasn't that outlawed during Prohibition?

WV "heconato" What a Spaniard says when he doesn't want to say, "Hell".

AJ Lynch said...

Seems to me Wisconsin should have a cheese museum?

Triangle Man said...

Mustard Museum merrily moves Middletonward.

traditionalguy said...

Where do I order Bathtub Venus. She could be very versatile as a hot tub companion or a way to spice what we eat. I will add her with the Bag Balm skin remedy as the beginnings for a Christmas Stocking stuffer list for Wisconsin winters

David said...

I have been on the Mustard Museum mailing list for years. Next time I'm near Mt. Horeb I'm going.

traditionalguy said...

I googled BareFoot Venus and they are still around and sell online the Bain du Mustarde with a updated model's picture on the can.I wonder if just squirting some French's into the tub will help sore muscles too.

Joan said...

I love how happy Ann looks in these photos.

Irene said...

The owner of the Mustard Museum carried a jar of mustard in his pocket when he argued before the US Supreme Court.

I hear that the Mustard Museum is moving to Middleton. What a shame! Mount Horeb will not be the same without the Mustard Museum and Schubert's.

kentuckyliz said...

Ann: I like your papal flag scarf in the first photo.

WV: cromag
fancy wheels for early man

Bart Hall (Kansas, USA) said...

So ... are you going to start teaching at Poupon U ?

Try their tarragon mustard with some honey and white whine on chicken.