Elvis has left the building . . .

Was up again about 8 am to more cold rain. After a big pot of warm coffee, I drove Jan down to the Hospitality Building for the 2nd day of her Computer Boot Camp given by Jim and Chris Guld, The Geeks on Tour. She really enjoyed yesterday’s class and is looking forward to today’s.

After dropping her off I came back to the rig and worked on the CD and handouts for my two seminars on Tuesday and Wednesday. I’m going to be sure and have enough this time. Earlier this year in Yuma, I misunderestimated how many we would need and had to make more at the last minute.

I picked up Jan for lunch break at noon and we came back to the rig.

Dropping her off at class about 1 pm I headed out and about to round up the last of the door prizes. One place that was very generous with door prize gift certificates was Lost in the 50’s over in St. Mary’s down the road about 8 miles.

Besides being a really nice diner with good food, it has a nice collection of Elvis memorabilia, including his Army uniforms and costumes from some of his movies. In addition, they’ve got items from Gilligan’s Island, Roy Rogers and Dale Evans, American Graffiti, and more.

EAPArmyOutfit

Before I headed back to the rig I stopped off to get the toad washed, just as Jan called and said her class had finished a little early and she would just walk back to the rig. As it was I got there just about the time she did.

At 5:30 the herd, consisting of Nick and Terry, Jim and Chris Guld, Mike and Elaine Loscher, and Jan and I headed over to the China Wok Buffet, and once again they put us in a back room all by ourselves. I’m beginning to sense a pattern here. I think the word is out.

Leaving the buffet, Nick and Terry and Jan and I drove over to Lost in the 50’s to pick up the gift certificates, coupons, and menus they had ready to us.

Nick said 40 rigs are already here, and tomorrow being the official Early Bird Day, we’ll probably have a lot more then.

So the craziness is about start.

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Thought for the Day:

“The liberties of a people never were, nor ever will be, secure, when the transactions of their rulers may be concealed from them.” – Patrick Henry

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One Response

  1. Howdy Greg,
    Old Pat had it right !! We just didn’t listen !!! 40 rigs and no parking help !!! How come Tom went to California?? Last year in the ‘Noah’s’
    flood y’all had a kinds of help !!! EVEN DENNIS !!! I asked it to NOT RAIN THIS YEAR, BUT !!! Bring that rally to Texas WE NEED RAIN !!

    Smooth roads, CLEAR SKIES & balmy breezes !!!!!!!!!

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