Nope -- no Holiday, just a normal day and the cop was just driving along with his lights on, I found it kinda odd.Kenny said:If it's a Mexican holiday weekend it means their starting a parade and the custom is to pull in behind the cop, if the line of cars hasn't already started, and start honking your horn. If no one else gets in line they will stop and let you know where the Fiesta is.
I get emails everytime someone replies to a thread I posted in (You can set it up too) so I know as soon as someone posts.. :lol:Kenny said:~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Check out the pictures closer, I added another one. What's odd is my post. :idea:
Man you replied fast
:lol: :lol:Kenny said:Tyler do NOT, I repeat, do not get in behind a Mexican policeman and start honking your horn even if it's a Mexican holiday.
They made Chuck stand like this for hours down in Santo Tomas but he wouldn't tell them.[attachment=0:3mj3efqs]Santo Tomas-107.jpg[/attachment:3mj3efqs]