Mother & Father Nature also were having margaritas yesterday!

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Yesterday was National Margarita Day, and quite a few restaurants were enticing me to visit their location with margarita specials.

Ultimately, Jim and I decided that On The Border in El Cajon would have the pleasure of our company for the evening.

In all the decades that I have been patronizing On The Border in Texas, California, and elsewhere, I do believe I have never seen one as busy as yesterday evening.

Fortunately, Mother & Father Nature were putting on a show for us with a spectacular sunset, so waiting outside for thirty minutes was no big deal.

You knew I had my camera with me, right?

About fifteen minutes elapsed between each picture, which means that for the last picture, I actually had to quit drinking my margarita to go outside to get the picture just for you!

Sunset on National Margarita Day (2-23-14) in El Cajon California IMG_2410 (Custom) IMG_2415 (Custom)

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18 thoughts on “Mother & Father Nature also were having margaritas yesterday!

    1. Russel Ray Photos Post author

      I got a little behind in drinking my margarita but rapidly caught up when I got back inside. I don’t know why restaurants won’t let you take beverages outside. I mean, what’s the difference between drinking it inside and drinking it outside?…….lol

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        1. Russel Ray Photos Post author

          Nope. They were the puny little margaritas that so many places offer at low prices on special holidays. I think it might have been an 8-oz cup, maybe even a 6-oz cup. Still tasted great, though!

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            1. Russel Ray Photos Post author

              I found out afterwards that pitchers of margaritas were $5 and actually contained the equivalent of seven puny glasses, a savings of $2! But I would not have been able to drive home…….. 😦

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