Tonatiuh plays the Beatles

Looks like an Easter sun day (har de har har).

Here comes the sun. …

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15 Responses to “Tonatiuh plays the Beatles”

  1. SAO’ Says:

    It took me 58 years to realize that George was my favorite Beatle

    • SAO' Says:

      Confession time: the kids saw that Paris-Roubaix was on, so we watched the last 20 km while we were having dinner. Peter and Frezi Bouckaert, formerly of New Belgium, and currently running Purpose Brewing,
      turned the kids into fans of every Belgian cyclist out there, so it’s kind of a hoot, watching them, pretend to care about a bunch of grown men in their underwear riding kids toys for six hours.

      • Shawn Says:

        That sounds like it was a great time. I wish I would have been one of the kids there. Although I don’t think I would have enjoyed the underwear part.

      • Patrick O'Grady Says:

        That sounds like it was a hell of a good race. I wish I’d watched. But it may be a sign of just how complete my retirement from cycling journalism is that I didn’t even know the race — once my absolute favorite — was on.

    • Patrick O'Grady Says:

      Yeah, I was a Lennon man early on, but George is my boy. So much beautiful music.

  2. Shawn Says:

    I don’t see the bunny rabbit. Where’s the bunny rabbit?

  3. Dave Mooney Says:

    Off topic so please abide, we are rolling thru TheDuck city tomorrow eve and would be most grateful for dinner recommendations. TIA.

    • Patrick O'Grady Says:

      Dave, if you like Mexican I’m a big fan of El Patio de Albuquerque. Two locations, one by UNM, the other on Rio Grande, north of I-40 and west of I-25.

      We used to recommend Scalo down on Central, but alas, they are no longer with us.

      Food fiend Gil Garduño gets out a lot more than we do, and he has about a jillion recommendations at his website.

      • David Mooney Says:

        Many (many) thanks for taking the time to help out a kindred bicycle-and-foodie soul. “Patio” sounds cool and the Gil’s should keep us well feed as we crisscross NM this year in all manner of travel. Oh, thanks for and keep the laughs commin’ as the soul also requires satisfying minimum daily requirements of snark and that can be hard to come by.

      • Patrick O'Grady Says:

        Glad to oblige, señor. If you find yourself in Santa Fe I love La Choza and its upscale sister eatery The Shed. In Taos, I invariably hit Orlando’s.

        And gracias for enjoying the little clown show we operate hereabouts. It ain’t much of an act, but the price is right.

        • Dave Mooney Says:

          Great recommendations all. We will be in those towns several times this year and will certainly (and happily) test the load limit of my Spandex per your prescription. What could go wrong?

  4. Herb from Michigan Says:

    Old Herb was/is a McCartney guy especially after his poorly disguised cd (under the name The Fireman) Electric Arguments. I mean you don’t hear too many artists putting fresh stuff out 6 decades later.

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