The housekeeper was doing the room. We retrieved our item and pointed the housekeeper at all of the leftover soda, nuts, and other snacks left on the counter. We told her, "It's all yours if you want it." That's in addition to the four $2 bills I left her.
After getting Lisa some stuff for the road, and after I poured the last of the ice in my ice chest into her ice chest so she'd have it full of ice for the road, we said goodbye. But then she came back after a while, having stopped at a nearby camera store to look at camera bags. She decided that she wanted us to get a Tamrac Expedition 4 camera pack, which can be configured in such a way that it will hold both of our cameras and some accessories as well. We went down to Wolf Camera where she had me try on the bag to make sure it fit me as I'm the one most likely to be carrying it. Confirming that it fit, she produced her debit card and we completed the sale.
By then it was after 5 PM, so unfortunately she set forth into rush-hour traffic to slog her way north. She says she may take two full days to make the trip.
Me, I'm so tired that I can't get up the energy to drive home.