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 :-).

Unknown 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!

KatieB said...

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

Lori Skoog said...

With Auntie Reg I presume.

katiemetzroth 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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