Wednesday, November 1, 2017

more chili visitors...

Curtis Rose (far right) and company stopped by for their annual visit today.  77,84,43,0,B

11 comments:

Sam Finn said...

Chupa looks like he's in charge.

David Johnson said...

Good to see friends stopping by for a visit. I know it was good for you.

Rita B. said...

Dang, you're becoming a Must See on the Chili Curcuit. Excellent!! Love Terlingua during Dia de los Muertas

remmij said...

nothing says Tejas like longhorns, roosters, chili, hats, and sunglasses… and big skies & open spaces…
(see that JW is staying hip with CN, but with a retro/lone star feel)… looks like 'stros, top of the 7th.
hope Margery Bills approves - Greetings from Texas ;-)

Margery Bills said...

:-) , Remmij, you are funny.

Margery Bills said...

Omg, Remmij, that is an old picture of my back yard. Lucky all the grass was mowed. As one might guess, I have some dogs (and now cats) and probably some birds and fish back then which the pet store rehomed.

remmij said...

congrats to Magnolia City/Space City… now an MLB title town… but still a little soggy.
…weird thing is I can't remember where I found that postcard, but it is postmarked 1968…
kinda like one of those Marfa lights things… no more Jumano/Huecos /Apache chili for me…
Lights of Marfa
Dia de los Muertos humor

remmij said...

since things are a bit askew… a little country & western for the field lab – sorta…
puddles - Folsom Prison Blues/Pinball Wizard Shmoosh Up

puddles - Hurt

P3/Willie
& a little NYC
I (Who Have Nothing)

Margery Bills said...

Remmij, TY for the Puddles posts. I spent the last many minutes watching them. :-)

MsBelinda said...

Nice looking group!

remmij said...

something has to be a perk to fill all that transit time between the UDC,
in Bluffdale & the NV areas… hard to believe it all gets sifted and sorted…
even folk's backyards… ¯\(°_o)/¯
P in NV
Bumblehive
a perspective
oddly, not connected to the internet, but still tweeting
so many places to visit, so little time…
and then this, on the east coast and mid-west