Wednesday, March 5, 2014

In An Out At The Margarita Check Point


Uh oh.  That doesn't seem like a sound race strategy.

;-)

12 comments:

Jenny Glen said...

What? Are you at our spot, drinking without me? And it's not even Cinco De Mayo?

Alice said...

Knitters cannot live by wool and needles alone. A little Vitamin C is good for the body and soul! Here's to ya!

thecrazysheeplady said...

Met my goal (correctly ;-) for the night and headed to bed :-).

Miha Giustina said...

oopppsss!:-)

LannieK said...

I totally agree with Alice!

MarmePurl said...

On the contrary. It's the perfect race strategy. Those YOs will look just fine now.
CHEERS!

Kaye Myers said...

You are zipping right along; Go, Girl, Go!

Lori Skoog said...

With Auntie Reg I presume.

katie metzroth said...

love it! My sweater is by far the slowest Iknitarod start I've had, but the Iditarod has been VERY exciting (and I'm not throwing in the towel yet!). :)

Tombstone Livestock said...

Oh that Margarita looks so good, everyone needs a break on the trail now and then.

Little rain again last night, going to be a busy month, Angora and Pygora babies, taxes to do (yuck), shearer is coming w/e of 22/23 hope there is no rain then, need to get portable pens set up ... have a Margarita for me.

small farm girl said...

Sounds like a GREAT race strategy. I might have to join a race so that I can have that strategy also! lol

Pam said...

Perico's!!! Oh, I miss Perico's.

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