12/16/2013 The Birthday Boy Strikes Again At Knotts Berry Farm
This rooster has been here since 1949 when Paul first chased him
We love the crafts fair
Year of going here and it was the first time we noticed the
rocking chairs actually rocking!
Caroling is a must
The Bird Cage Theater is still in operation
We had lunch and it was FILLING.... We were stuffed all day
She kept an eye on us
Set up for Christmas shows
After that big lunch we did not want to try this one
Yes... We stopped by and had a wine at the saloon
The phone was busy all day
A nice lady took our picture... I tried to put the phone down!
The To Leatherby's In The Concert Hall
On the far left-hand side.... 100 steps from our seats! Paul did the Hamachi!
Did You Know? - The Japanese amberjack or yellowtail, Seriola quinqueradiata, is a bony fish in the family Carangidae. It is native to the northwest Pacific Ocean, from Japan to Hawaii and Baja California.
It is greatly appreciated in Japan, where it is called hamachi or buri (鰤). They are eaten either cooked or raw, and are a seasonal favourite in the colder months when the meat must have higher fat content. Amberjack is typically thought of as a winter delicacy of Toyama and the Hokuriku region.
Some of the fish consumed are caught wild, but a substantial amount is farmed (about 120,000 tonnes per year). To populate the farms, every May, farmers fish for the small wild fry (called mojako), which can be found under floating seaweed. They scoop out the seaweed together with the mojako and put the mojako in cages in the sea.
Where Did She Get Those Seats??
We were in the first row center.... Spitting distance to the group! Wow!!
We were in Row BB which in the center is the first row!
Duh! She did!