When I asked Hubs what he wanted for dinner today, he said beer brats, buffalo franks, and the kids wanted corn dogs. So, I had to have all three and a soft hoagie bun, of course!
And this turned out to be a beautiful weekend we are having compared to the six funnel clouds that were spotted and the tornado that came through the northern part of our state. We had hail, strong winds and thunderstorm all day, and I'm surprised that my tomato plants survived through that day.That tornado that came through caused many to loose homes and property. Our community is reaching out to those in need, and many church members are lending a helping hand as well...
We spend part of our Memorial weekend up in Estes Park, and enjoyed the lake up there with many who had the same idea in mind. This little mountain town was packed to the rim with cars and people came from everywhere for the annual art and antique show. We stopped by the lake where many were fishing and camping, and were treated with several elks who wandered into the lake for a refreshing cold drink.
We stopped for our caramel apple treat and browsed through some shops before heading down the mountain. That's when we spotted another herd of elk in between the trees. These were big and they ran away seconds after I took this picture. I really ought to use a zoom lens next time.I wish our veterans and everyone a happy memorial day!
Sunday, May 25, 2008
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Your pictures are just beatiful! I love seeing pictures of other parts of the country and learning things they do like this. Thanks so much for sharing your experience.
hi hi we are back, been busy, looks you have been cooking a lot too!
Corn dogs? You put corn inside a hot dog roll? :)
Nice pictures of the elks!
My girls got some tomato seeds and I just put them in the soil this morning. I have not have any luck with growing from seeds before. Let's see if this time is any different.
Your tomato plant looks healthy. You must a very green thumb!
We were having a typhoon last week but it quickly swept over.
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