Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Road trip part 4- Watery Wednesday...

Today I'm joining Watery Wednesday





I don't think these guys got the memo....




they were having a splashing good time.....


I can't believe it is already the middle of the month...
November is going by too fast...
well I think we've decided...
we are doing Mexican food for Thanksgiving...
homemade Tamales....
unless of course my hubby changes his mind...
he's the Main Cook...
I'm the clean up crew...




14 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

great grackle shots! and yum on the tamale dinner! :)

Dolores said...

Are these home made tamales? If so, yum!

ewok1993 said...

lovely shots.

Dawn said...

Hahah...no....they sure didn't read the sign:)
Mexican food....my absolute favorite! Good choice:)

Joani said...

Tamales......we usually do tamales for Christmas and menudo for New Years. Are you going to make them or buy them. They are a lot of work to make. Mexican food does sound so good. I have a friend coming from Portland on the 3rd of Dec. and we're meeting for lunch & she wants Mexican food! Have a great day.

Sandra said...

these are awesome shots of the crows. i can see every feather. so crows can't read? who knew. enjoy the Mexican TG

Kim, USA said...

Hahaha definitely they don't get the memo. Your post made me laugh ^_^

Watery Wednesday

Sue said...

I love tamales. Two sisters that work for me are Hispanic and their mom makes the best tamales ever! I always get some at Christmas! Although she makes mine with just cheese & green chiles (I don't eat meat. We are going out for Thanksgiving in Old Towne Seal Beach. A little beach town near me. Then after dinner my little grandbabies get to play on the playground in the sand on the beach!

Take care, Sue

chubskulit said...

Very calm and serene images, so relaxing!

Raindrops and Dew, come and see.

nanny said...

Tamales sound wonderful.....

Looks like that one bird is floating on the stick! Good Shots.

Nancy @ A Rural Journal said...

I thought those might be crows, but if Tex says they are grackels, then I know that's what they are!

Mexican sounds great for Thanksgiving, but I know my mother will be having turkey or ham. No complaints. :)

Craftymoose Crafts said...

Thanksgiving at your house sound delicious!

Judy said...

Love the way the camera stops the water drops in mid splash!

Tanna at The Brick Street Bungalow said...

They were having soooooo much fun!! Makes you smile to see that kind of fun! blessings ~ tanna