We Be Busy... (Page One)
We began with dancing at the Phoenix Club on Thursday. Friday we danced at the Garden Grove Elks. Saturday was a great dance at the Santa Ana Elks lodge!
The piece de resistance was Sunday! Off to Temlecula to taste wine and enjoy a lunch at Pinnacle Restaurant followed by a quick trip home and to Il Garage for Valentines Evening Dinner!
Temecula, Are You Ready For Us?
First stop was Falkner winery and Pinnacle Restaurant!
Serious selecting underway!
"Hey guys try this! But first, show me your ID!"
Donna takes a stroll through the vinyard... Really tiny grape plants out here!
It was an 80 degree day! Fantastic!
Pete and Lisa joined us for lunch!
Yeah! Yeah! The gang's all here!
Did You Know? - Groundhog Day was originally observed on February 14th.
We brought our own models
It's food time... Donna gets serious!
Thanks Ed for the picture!
Sue popped out of the background!
Pete knows what he wants! Lobster Mac and Cheese
Did You Know? - Valentine's Day was first introduced to Japan in 1936 and has become widely popular. However, because of a translation error made by a chocolate company, only women buy Valentine chocolates for their spouses, boyfriends, or friends. In fact, it is the only day of the year many single women will reveal their crush on a man by giving him chocolate. The men don't return the favor until White Day, a type of "answer day" to Valentine's Day, which is on March 14.
"I have decided!"
The appetizers should have been our whole meal!
Ed! Don't point that thing! It has a nail in it!
Ed and Kathy!
Vicky is about to flash her famous "Orange Smile"
Direct form San Diego!
Did You Know? - Valentine candy "conversation hearts" have a shelf life of five years.
Love the flowers....
Donna gives Sue a hand!
Romance is in the air!
Did You Know? - On Valentine's Day 2010, 39,897 people in Mexico City broke the record for the world's largest group kiss.
"We are going back and finish our wine tasting!