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... my finger on it. We got off at the station opposite The Capitol Buildings and walked up to the street to the pouring rain. We brought raincoats on this trip with the jungles of Borneo in mind, never thinking we'd need them in America. We were lucky to have them though, It was bucketing down. We endured another airport style security check at the main doors, to be fair it's understandable here given the current political climate. We were escorted around ...
... need to eat up some miles, but the views were still good.
We decided to visit Pittsburgh for a late lunch, and were persuaded by an enthusiastic waitress to try a Greek Restaurant. The food had mixed, if not widely-divergent, reviews. The route to the restrooms led right through the kitchen, and Mandy wished she had eaten first like the rest of us. Ah well, you can't win them all.
We pressed on, and having travelled from West Virginia, ...
... as badly as I had expected either. I must say though, it is a truly beautiful venue.
Load out didn't take any more than the typical two - three hour timeline that we are used to, so nothing really changed there. It was nice to go directly into another day off. Only three more shows with KISS, than two in Mexico as just us. This summer is going WAY too fast.
... art on this vacation... keep breathing...
Speaking of breathing, I attended a two-hour session of Classic Yoga and Meditation this evening at The Yoga Room. The instructor, Maureen, was lovely-- she created this congenial, relaxed environment that came as a culture shock... she and students in the class were even asking me about my cross-country trip. It's funny to be away from DC and realize that yoga doesn't have to be a competition ;)
... out of the past 3 days of rain and the wind had shifted. Could it be a harbinger of change?
As we drove around the mostly empty campground, we noticed the sites are not at all very level. Yikes. We search for a site which will give us the right angle to connect the satellite TV for reception. Turns out it is 210 degrees (or southwest) where it was 170 degrees (south by southeast) in Seattle. Duh.
Heavy rains have left this ...