Phoenix Club Here We Come!
Becky invited us to the Phoenix Club for Oktoberfest and we invited Colleen and the Duda's to join us. Great fun was had by all! I told everyone that, "feeling Brew-tiful today!"
Fun Fact: The event started in 1810 and at that time it took place during one week of October. Along the years, it was extended and the starting date was changed to September because the weather is warmer and more pleasing. Therefore, it's easier to attract more visitors to stay even longer and enjoy the beer (and festival) throughout the night.
We are about to leave at 12:15 PM for a 1:00 PM rendezvous With Becky and Dan plus the Duda's
We have danced here for many years and we are sorry to see it go but it looks like La Habra will be the new home!
Look out Germans, its the invasion of the Liles'
Must be the Robin Pose!
Becky and Dan joined the fun! It was super to see them again.
Ah... Mom and daughter!
Did You Know? Albert Einstein, once worked as an electrician and helped to set up one of the beer tents in 1896.
The sound of music being recreated!
And with some computer miracles!
Why so serious? We did not want to start a fire!
Movin' and groovin'
The song kept going and going!
Darn be the luck; Mary saw the famous "Whip Dance"
Did You Know? Ornamental beer mugs are often known as "Steins" abroad, although you won't hear this word used much in the context of Oktoberfest. Instead, those drinking vessels are known as Maßkreug, or more commonly, Maß for short.
Oktoberfest done and dusted… I'm a Slur-vivor!