Okay, turns out we just waited 30 minutes and then all bussed over to Tenney Park. The rain did a pretty number on the park, though, and we were pretty much standing in a watery lawn the whole time.
But it was pretty cool. I talked with Debbie Fields about our respective research. I met someone working on a project for native american youth in Washington. I talked with Shawna Kelly and Lisa Galarneau (ironic 🙂 ) a bit. Met up with Brett Shelton (who was also at ICLS).
Dinner was catered by a local taco place. It was pretty good. The queso was good, as was the fish taco and tamale. I thought the beans and rice tasted funny but it was probably some spice I’m not used to. Seemed middle-eastern a bit, though…
After dinner we wished Kurt Squire a happy birthday with cake!
Then there was a karaoke band but I had to take off on the first bus with a bunch of TrN folk to meet up with Thomas Malaby, and Eric Ellis and Linda Polin (from Pepperdine). They were our rides over to the Union Building (not sure that’s the right url for it) for hella fun LAN raiding. We went to AQ20 and blasted through those bosses like they were queso succumbing to our crunchy tortilla chips.