Friday, March 4, 2011

A rainy night in Ocala town...

...but we went out to eat anyway...

17 comments:

SRQ said...

Oooh, a rainy night sounds pleasant! It's supposed to rain here Sunday. I wish it was tomorrow (when I'm working!).

bfarr said...

Cold here. Winter came back, but that Chili's sign makes me feel warm.

Re your comment about Muggs Cafe...just goes to show how distracted I have been lately...I did not catch the misspelling of brekfast...LOL.

barb

brattcat said...

We can see it was rainy but was it "chili" too?

Randy said...

Nothing like a Mushroom Swiss burger to take the chill out.

Small City Scenes said...

Brattcat is so clever. did you do that on purpose---well you can say 'of course' because nobody would know anyway.

So eat already. MB

cieldequimper said...

Lol: for once we have BLUE sky. ;-) Going out to dinner is the only thing to do on a rainy evening!

Birdman said...

Brattcat's sooooooooo hilarious!

Halcyon said...

Chili's is always dependable!

I wanted to go to Mardi Gras in New Orleans, but did not b/c of all this rain. :(

Sharon said...

I'm a little disappointed with chili's since they did away with my favorite Caribbean Chicken Salad.

Small City Scenes said...

regarding your museum comment: The museum is filled with memorabilia from anacortes' past. Logging and fishing were the main industry way back when and still are although lots of trees are gone and same with the fish. It is a very nicely set up museum with lots of pictures and artifacts. I always like old things---hahahahaha!!! MB

Lois said...

Southwest eggrolls are my favorite at Chili's!

EG Wow said...

Is this the rainy season in Florida?

Anya said...

Looks really cool
wet & chili !!!!!

Have a nice week-end
hugs
Kareltje =^.^= ♥ Betsie >^.^<
Anya :)

Day4plus said...

Tghat's why I laughed after I said what I said. And of course. MB

Giulia said...

Sometimes, rain is good. I think Chili's is a sort of restaurant, even a mexican restaurant...I like it.

Cezar and Léia said...

But I imagine it was not so cold!Very nice that you both had enjoyed a cool place like this one!I love the sign and the lights!
Léia

Rose said...

My older daughter used to love Chilis...probably still does.

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