No one went hungry at this Bash! There were at least 5 turkeys and I think closer to 6 or 7. George Goss was the mastermind behind this and he was responsible for putting it on.
Food was Turkeys, Bear meat, Audad Meat, Salmon steaks, other fish steaks, Ham and probably more. There was lots of traditional and non traditional Thanksgiving dishes and lots of deserts.
Music was provided by George and a number of other local musicians most of which are in some of the pictures either playing or just standing around or seated. It was a FULL HOUSE and spilled over to outside, but fortunately it was a beautiful day.
Hope everyone has a great one. I'll be at the Thanksgiving celebration at the American Legion here which is being put on by George Goss. Should be very fun and filling as there is supposed to be a LOT of good food and even better a lot of good friends. If you can't be with family then you can't beat this! Thanks George Goss! There will also be live music by George and probably other local musicians.
The turkey in the cage will be spared this thanksgiving.
Some of you may remember a post I made here some time back about the old house just across 118 and to the south of the legion. Well its gone now and rumor has it that it will eventually be replaced by a restaurant and lounge.
Now about a quarter mile or so south of where that old house used to stand we have the corral in the two above pictures. Rumor has it that the corral will be used to contain Longhorn cattle if for no other reason for tourists to gawk at as they drive by headed to the real resorts down south. Fortunately this is about 1000 feet from my front door across 118 so maybe I won't be getting the smell of bullshit except when the wind is out of the east. That seems to be the prevailing wind a good bit of the year.
And the man responsible for all of this is likely driving that buggy down 118. This may be considered progress by some, but to me its more like the song below.
Last Friday when I checked the weather on wunderground.com this is what came up. I think the 145 degrees was a slight Boo Boo because it felt more like 45 degrees. Of course it could be that I've finally become climatized to the Terlingua heat? A hundred degree difference in one day. WOW!
Friday was my 67th birthday and there was a birthday party at the Legion for me. Wasn't a big party because there was a concert put on by Jim & Anna elsewhere, but the few that showed up had a good time. To borrow a phrase from one of George Goss' songs "Welcome to the Bad Lands" Where the Wine and Tequila Flows There weren't no Wine, but enough Tequila, beer and whiskey to sink a battle ship. Or at least sink most of the people there including me!
The weather was perfect for the party and it was basically held out on the patio. Upper 70s, sunny and a very slight breeze.
I was up to my old tricks and invented a new Tequila, lime and coconut fudge made with 9 ounces of tequila, lime, white chocolate, and coconut. Turned out a lot better than I expected and added to the effects of the drinks.
Should have gotten about 800 gallons of catchment if the catchment system wasn't still leaking. Unfortunately the roof is still leaking to and I got a few gallons in here to. I'm up to 1100 gallons in the 1550 gallon catchment tank and its supposed to rain through Friday. Now if I don't have some other disaster that should hold me a long time. I spent the night without power because its been so dark the solar just isn't cutting it. All the parishables out of the fridge are now in an ice chest.