Yup. I was in stealth mode. This is me hiding under a hat and behind a menu.... and flirting with the adorable waitress. I might have been a bit distracted. Sorry you made it all the way to my backyard and we didn't get a chance to visit. Hope you are healing well. -FletchFletch, were you there today? I didn't see you.
I saw him coming - you can catch him off-guard by calling him "Fred".Yup. I was in stealth mode.
Darn it, that is NOT my GOOD side!Smaller pics this time for bandwidth.... For those that couldn't attend, I hope these shots give you a glimpse of today's event.
Table 5 (The late arrival Katy crowd)
Partly because they put us in the other room!The [Houston] Katy/Fort Bend bunch was late due to weather and they didn't get to mingle as much. The DFW bunch waited for Anthony (macktruckturner) to finish since he was headed to Arlington for a visit.
I had a great lunch (can you call fried green tomatoes, onion rings, fried jalapenos and pie "lunch"?) with Joanne from South Austin and Bill from Georgtown. Sorry, y'all, I didn't catch your screen names but it was nice to meet and vist with you both.
Sorry, I remember mention of 436 but not 1123. Maybe I tuned it out.suggested taking 1123 but when we got to Holland, Chuck went straight.
I had mentioned 1123, in Holland, as the road to 436.Sorry, I remember mention of 436 but not 1123. Maybe I tuned it out.
I really appreciate you calling to check on me. I agonized a great deal about leaving the group. If I hadn't caught James' attention and indicated my intent, I wouldn't have left. Of course, that assumes that nothing happens to James before the group stops and he can relay the information.I noticed the 1123 sign on 436 and the sign to Holland. When we stopped, Jbay said that you had pointed and turned off, so I called.
I guess I heard 436 and knew it intersected 95 somewhere up north. I missed the "shortcut" connection.I had mentioned 1123, in Holland, as the road to 436.
That's because I was so far ahead.FYI: On a hazy day like Saturday, Soozy and Hannah's yellow jackets showed up much brighter from a distance than the orange jacket leading the Crew.