Monday, January 11, 2010

just fixin

A short day of plumbing repair then more cutting and welding. Excellent night at the Starlight Theatre mixin' with the locals that got there early enough to get a table. Huge crowd tonight as 2 bus loads of teens came in. I hate to see these loads of tourists come in and bump the regulars from their usual night out. 42,71,18,0

10 comments:

rj said...

Even the solder joints are looking better...must be the massive welding experience is paying off in other areas!

Out and About said...

Just like new... almost.

Bob from Athens said...

I wonder if the people running the Starlight feel the same way, they know that the regulars will be back, but it's not ofter that two bus loads of new customers show up, with money and ready to spend. Maybe they need to think about planning for overflow crowds. Also don't forget that you are giving them a lot of publicity and that draws in the crowds.

Caboose said...

Great fixing! Keep warm as we are cold all across the Country. Our temperature are 18 degrees an it has never got this cold in 50 years in South Georgia (USA).

neil said...

TFL-TimeLapse-20100111

Don Auderer said...
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Debbie said...

We are very fortunate in this year I think we are the only place in the US having a mild winter. We are in Spokane, WA. But actually, after last years winter, we were due for a mild winter. We are getting ready to leave in a couple weeks and will at some time over the next few months be in your area. Hope to be able to stop by. We are very envious in how much you can get done in one day. You must be super human. LOL

tffnguy said...

Looks like more COLD coming our way maybe rain or snow? I hope not!

Marlene said...

I agree with Bob from Athens. In today's economic climate any new money is probably welcome to the people running the Starlight Theater. They just need some extra seating.

Allen Hare said...

Glad you got your plumbing fixed. Looks good.

I'm wondering where two bus loads of youngsters showed up from this time of year. Strange... That's a tricky balance between the local, loyal regulars and the out of town tourists with money to spend. I hope it doesn't become a bigger problem in the future. I'd sure hate to see Terlingua overrun.