The last three nights in Lakeway have seen temperature lows of 25 degrees F (-3.8 C). To protect plants that have problems with those low temperatures, the neighbors have used various covering methods. The reason for protecting these plants is that such low temperatures are rare, and the plants, once past this event, can continue to thrive all winter. We are going to go and see some of the methods. We are being catered by Perlas in Austin. Our entertainment is The Band Perry.
Perla’s French Toast
Mixed Berries, Lemon Chantilly, Citrus Shortbread Crumble
Espelette Shrimp & Blue Crab Gumbo
Steamed Rice, Andouille, Bacon, Scallion, Okra, Fried Egg, Grilled Baguette
New Orleans-Style BBQ Shrimp & Stone Ground Grits
Creole Lemon Butter, Poached Egg, Fines Herbes
Wood-Grilled Sausage, Oysters, Egg in the Hole
House Breakfast Sausage, Three Grilled Oysters
English Muffin, Poached Eggs, Lump Crab, Griddled Tomato, Lemon Spinach, Hollandaise
Oak-Grilled Hanger Steak, Two Fried Eggs, Spicy Ranchero Sauce,
Crispy Griddle Cake with Crème Frâiche
Lobster & Egg White Frittata
Asparagus Tips, Roasted Tomatoes, Avocado, Basil
Melted Leeks, White Cheddar, Chive, Butter Lettuce Salad.
Of course, anything you wish to drink.
So get on the bus.
Not sure what is under that tarp, but that blue makes a statement.
Ace Hardware plant protector film.
Someone is missing their bed linens, including the bedspread.
A lovely 1000 count Egyptian cotton.
A couple of hundred dollars worth of covering.
Another bed victim.
Gotta wonder about the mailbox cover. It might be someone’s monogrammed shirt. The initials’ AD’ could be a clue.
There you have it. A quick trip but one I hoped you liked. Now it is time for food and entertainment. I hope you have a great week.