If you don’t know the site Atlas Obscura, it’s a collection of quirky and offbeat places that allows users to contribute new locations.
Anyway, a few days after the Tasmazia post was published, someone added Ms. Pearl the Squirrel. Those of you in Texas may recognize her. (Note: I initially typed”Miss Pearl” then had to correct myself. A squirrel’s marital status is none of our business.)
Now I find myself in the unusual position of envying a squirrel’s internet popularity. Check out those Facebook likes. Tasmazia has a little over 200. Not bad until you notice that Ms. Squirrel has over 19,000.
I think I am part of a very small segment of the world’s population that has experienced the wonders of both Ms. Pearl the Squirrel and Tasmazia and the Village of Lower Crackpot.
Therefore, think I am uniquely qualified to have an opinion on the matter. And in my opinion, there is more fun to be had in Tasmazia.