Now back home, it's on to the items I left with. The big question is, how is our internet connection doing? Well, so far everything seems stable. Perhaps the new modem fixed everything. Really, it's one of those issues where I won't know if it's fixed, but I will know if it's still broken. So, give it time. Went to the theater today to begin work on the set. Took some measurements and worked out a plan for how things are to be assembled. Should be fun :)
Congratulations Nathan and Luci. Unfortunately I had lent my camera to Tazz last weekend and forgot to put the battery on the charger. Thus, no photos. Pictured is Nathan the evening before. After the wedding and reception, we helped transport items back to Nathan's house. There, Luci's father made us one of the best cups of tea I've ever had. Luci warned me that her father made very strong tea, but I wanted to sample it anyway. I must have had 5 cups-- too good.
Not much required of us on Friday, so we spent the day tooling around KC. Tyson and I went to Genghis Khan, a great Mongolian restaurant on the Kansas side of KC. That evening, we took Nathan out for a light bachelor party. Pictured is Jigme and Tyson.
Arrived in Kansas City this evening with Tyson to attend the wedding of our friend Nathan. Much of the day was spent driving and writing an other paper. Unfortunately, Tyson's car didn't have 12 VDC power available because of an unknown wiring problem. That meant we didn't have inverter power and thus no ability to keep laptops charged while driving. However, Tyson's laptop runs for about 6 hours with the battery he has, which was most of the trip. Worked out pretty well. On arrival to KC everyone met for dinner. Afterwards, several of us went out to a coffee shop. Pictured is downtown Kansas City, Missouri.