Tomorrow is a crazed day of work, so we shifted Margarita Monday to Superior Margarita Sunday. My Sweetie made cheese and shrimp enchiladas with red chili sauce from The Shed in Santa Fe. I did the cheese shredding, etc. Margarita-wise, I went with a VERY mild reposada from Suavecito...a great "training" tequila...orange Citronge liquor from Patron and fresh-squeezed lemon juice. And yes, Don Worsham, when we have the SHOOTING GALLERY weekend later this year I will be the Official Mixologist for the attendees!
Otherwise, a low-key day...I did a little work on the podcast for next week, then took the Wonder Beagle on a long backcountry walk. Actually, it wasn't as long as we originally intended, because the Wonder Beagle caught a scent in the wind...her hackles came up, she stopped dead and started growling as fiercely as a 13-inch beagle can growl. I figure a bear, because cats scare the crap out of her. She practically towed us back to the car.
I'm working on a deal that I hope-hopey-hope I can pull off! Would be my first "documentary," done with the magnificent GUN STORIES' team. Hopefully, I can pull this together in the next few weeks, and if I do you'll hear it here first. If I may quote Henry James, “We work in the dark...we do what we can...we give what we have. Our doubt is our passion, and our passion is our task. The rest is the madness of art." Or something like that, only less articulate.