Seafood parlor

Here’s LRN4 in front of the Seafood Parlor.  Great Art taken at Half Moon Bay and part of my famous Vacation series.

Not many posts lately.  Busy week, though.  Let’s count it down backwards, shall we?

LRN4 and I went to the Manteca Stake luau this evening.  Wore a Hawaiian shirt and huarachis and had a nice time.  They roasted a pig, which was tasty.  Nice company too.  It was a well-attended event, although very sparsely attended by our ward’s membership.  Pity.

Worked from home today.  The ACE trains weren’t running and we were expecting some nasty weather, so I opted to stay home.  Got several things done.  And it was nice to be here.

Drove home from work yesterday.  No fun.  It took just shy of three hours.  I had gotten some mysterious texts from the ACE people saying they were arranging bus and taxi transportation home for people.  I took that as a bit of a warning and drove.  It turns out there was a mudslide in Niles Canyon sometime on Thursday, and nothing was getting through.  I sincerely hope they have it fixed by Monday afternoon.  Have to drive the Suburban back on Monday morning, so that won’t matter.

We’ve had an amazing amount of rain – for this area, anyway.  There’s a bit of minor flooding in various areas and the pool keeps getting too full.  Disaster level: low.  Inconvenience level: low to moderate.

Looking forward a bit, tomorrow’s supposed to be our annual trip to Great America.  I’ve really been looking forward to it.  Don’t think we’ll go, though.  It’s supposed to be 57 degrees and raining.  So maybe next year.  On the positive side, LRN12’s back home from her other grandparents’ house and she and her mom will be coming over tomorrow.  Ought to be a fun visit.

And now for some Very Important News: Morse Trainer is up!  Grab a free copy, Loyal Readers!

And I’ll leave my Loyal Readers with this shocking food violence news: cake-related shooting!

See you on Monday.

One Response to “Seafood parlor”

  1. Mark Says:

    I think my favorite part of the whole thing is how the investigator thinks it is very important that the argument was over a cake and not over french fries. I suppose it makes a difference in the case. Perhaps shooting a man for eating your cake is justified?

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