NOTE:  Hurricane Irma has put me behind -- but mostly it's been AT&T who only restored my internet (and television and home phone) on Monday afternoon (25 Sep)
My power (Florida Power and Light) was restored on the 15th  even though I had a line down in my back yard!  If FPL had shown the dilegance and service of AT&T, I wouldn't have had power intil Thanksgiving.  [Although it did turn out that my gateway box was bad -- and when we finally reached a person, they sent out a repairman to fix the problem in an hour]

Oktoberfest and Autumn

Oktoberfest is an annual beer/folk festival held in Munich, Germany (and copied around the world).  Contrary to what you might think because of the name, Oktoberfest in Munich starts in mid-September and goes to early October (this year, from 16 Sep - 3 Oct).  Munich only allows beer brewed in Munich to be served in the offical Oktoberfest area -- 1. Augustiner-Bräu  2. Hacker-Pschorr-Bräu   3.  Löwenbräu   4. Paulaner   5. Spatenbräu    6. Staatliches Hofbräu-München.

There are many Oktoberfest celebrations in the US -- many run by local German-American clubs -- and most feature other beers too -- smile -- OF, NYC -- OF, Texas -- 10 Best(?) OF in USA -- OF by state

So, on to the women of Oktoberfest
(You'll notice that drindls lend themselves to breast exhibition)



Of course man can not live on beer alone (although I'd like to try -- smile).  Oktoberfest is also known for sausages and pretzels.





Fall officially begins with the autumnal eqinox which is on Friday, September 22, 2017 at 20:02 UTC (4:02 pm EDT).  (This coincides with the vernal equinox -- start of Spring -- in the Southern Hemisphere)
In the US, Autumn is known for harvest and leaf colors (and finally cooler weather for most of us -- smile).









See you next time -- don't drink too much Oktoberfest beer (German or not).

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