It was kind of a miserable evening weather-wise. We ate our dinners on the porch of the City Hall so we did have a roof but it was still open air and the temperature was in the high-40's. Luckily, most of us dressed for the weather. The dinner was roast beef, mashed potatoes and gravy, green beans, corn and a roll. They also had snack packs that they handed out as well as iced tea and coffee. We have to admit the food was hot when we received it but if you didn't eat fast, it got cold!
|Richard and Lee|
|Teri, Miriam and Me|
|Al and Dave|
|Me and Donna|
|Front of City Hall Where We Ate|
|Us waiting for the tram|
|Here it comes|
|Stage for performers|
|Ramon Ayala's Block|
|Ramon Ayala's Home|
Synchronized lights to the music of the Trans-Siberian Orchestra
Synchronized lights to the music of "The Christmas Song" by the Chipmunks!
|The Christmas Tree in the Town Square|
|Advertising Sign for Ramon Ayala|
|Mayan Lights from last year's Border Fest|
|London Tower Bridge|
We had really good seats for the entertainment, however, there is a reason for it. We sat in a steady mist of rain during the whole performance. It was really a miserable night but the performance was top notch!
|This little guy stole the show!|
|Here we are watching the entertainers|
|Our Bus Driver, Jack, by the London Bus|
We think he has bus envy!
These guys stopped to sell us a CD so, of course, we now have a CD of the Estudiantiana Guadalupana. They were just too cute and too good to ignore. Don't you love the spooks in the background. We don't know how that came about! We didn't do it!
We were all ready to head for the bus when it was done. It was good to finally feel heat come out the vents!