Sherman Gardens Night Of 10,000 Lights
Page Created December 7th 2018- Last Updated: 09/11/2019 10:30:AM
Light...lights...lights. We went last year and it was so much fun we decided to do it again! With the Finch's, we walked, talked, and snapped pictures of the event and introduced Brian to new foods... Sushi Spam and Tamales!! Great fun!
PCH traffic was "normal for Friday evening!
Sue said "OMG, look out the window"
That's Catalina, 20 miles away!
We found a table... Time to visit before we walk!
Ir's been a long time!
Paul shows off the new camera
Better yet in color
Handsome devil he is!
Thank you Brian!
He made sure we were here this evening!
We laughed and giggled all night long!
The Cactus Garden looked haunted!
We awaiting one of the eggs to crack and an alien pop out!
The camera is NOT fuzzy... We had fog on and off last night!
Hanging to stockings out to dry!
We will bring our own next year!
A special meal loved by the English.... Sorta!
Watch out for these three!
Brian The Brave.... Took a bite and...
The face tells all!
Spam, rice, and seaweed... What could go wrong?
Checkout the lights... especially the flame LED's
Looks pretty real!
Can you see the people walking??
Let your imagination run.... Could it be a picture of a galaxy?
The palm tree...We are back on Earth!
298,234 lights... We counted them twice!
Are we having fun??? Duh!
...and directly from London England...
Quite colorful, say what?
The lighting is quite spectacular
The Octopus watches over everything!
We found a teenager who obviously knew iPhones!
Hey! Yes, we is still stober!
Did You Know? -
A tamale (Spanish: tamal, Nahuatl languages: tamalli) is a traditional Mesoamerican dish made of masa or dough (starchy, and usually corn-based), which is steamed in a corn husk or banana leaf. The wrapping can either be discarded prior to eating, or be used as a plate and eaten from within. Tamales can be filled with meats, cheeses, fruits, vegetables, chilies or any preparation according to taste, and both the filling and the cooking liquid may be seasoned.
Tonight we ordered pork, beef, sweet corn, and vegetarian tamales to sample! Brain and Jan like then a lot!
Yes... That is FOG in the background!
We walked under the balls of light on our way out... Magnificent!
Do you see people in the picture?
Our of the darkness!