The rain promptly stopped, and never started again the entire time. Yay! I picked the exact correct outfit for the day (t-shirt and jeans with boots), so was neither too hot nor too cold. I also remembered my sunglasses, sunscreen and hat. All-around yay.
We left the show sometime after noon, having had enough of the crowds. Neither of us was in a shopping mood, so we got my pre-ordered fence panel from Sydell and headed out. We went north to ... T-something... Turmont?... on Route 15 to a place that sells pies. mmmmpie! Then stopped for a very late lunch at an Irish place that had a very nice potato-kale soup.
We spent the drive up and back talking about music and musicals, mostly, with a few movies and childhood experiences thrown in. I think that it was a good day, but man, I'm really tired for doing nothing but driving and wandering around looking at stuff.
The most random of all things at MDS&W was running into InertiaKitty right in the middle of the main intersection by the information booth. bwa-WHA? What are you doing here? It turns out that his sister (the nun) was down from NY buying sheep for the convent. Okeydokey...