Monday, December 7, 2015

Parley view parsnip. . . El Corral

Wonderful friend Debbie came for a few days of Tucson fun.
We finally went back to the very old El Corral Steakhouse.
This Ranch House has been here since the 1920.
Best Prime Rib ever.
Last time I tried to take some photos they really did not come out.
But Sunday, Son walked around and took some wonderful photos for me.
They always have color fairy lights all year but at Christmas they go all out and  
put on a wonderful light show.
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This is just so much fun.


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And just because I can here is your pretty to start the week.
Christmas Godzilla !


Lights. . . parsnip
music. . . Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer,  Gene Autry

31 comments:

  1. Very unusual decoration on the restaurant.

    Does Christmas Godzilla come to the houses of those kids who have been bad?

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    1. If Godzilla came to the house of bad kids just one stomp of the foot
      all gone !
      works for me.

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  2. That must be in Tokyo. It seems perfect for there. Love that the old restaurants are still around.

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  3. Amazing decorations - a bit more than we have here in our little market town.

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  4. OMG, Godzilla is my hero! Love the lights on the cacti.

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  5. That Godzilla is hilarious. Can I get one in my yard? I've been sick and absent but I've turned the corner and hopefully, I'll get back to normal! I know I've missed some of your posts but I'm hear in spirit.

    Pet that gud dog for me. <3

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  6. The light decoration at the restaurant is really pretty! I love the Christmus cacti :-) And wow, Christmas Godzilla! That looks fantastic!
    We put out Christmas lights at home. We got some twinkling lights and kitties looked interested at first. They got bored quickly, of course :-)

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  7. It looks like a fun place!

    I want a Christmas Godzilla!

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  8. For we saw His star in the East...Well, Japan's in the Far East, right?

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  9. Godzilla........funny on so many levels!

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    1. I post Godzilla every year at Christmas !

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  10. Festive indeed!
    Godzilla rules!
    Warm greetings from New York.

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    1. It is so wonderful to see so many lights.

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  11. love the lights on the cacti.

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    1. That is Christmas for us desert people.

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    1. PS: What did you get on the side of your yummy meat?

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    2. They make a very typical old fashioned table side salad, then you pick what type of potato you want. Tamale Pie, spicy corn and chile casserole topped with cheese.

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