Logistics this morning are challenging in that I have the Business Meeting at 11:30 and MGSF immediately thereafter, and we'll have to substantially rearrange the room to make it work. I hope the BM lasts only 30 minutes or so. We still need to carry everything for both the BM and the show down at the same time because it takes too long to go up and back to the room.
Speaking of the room, it's huge -- certainly larger than our trailer in Oregon. It has a walk-in closet that we've taken to calling "the storeroom" but that's not so bad given how much stuff we're carrying. If we wanted to do so, Lisa could take a bath in the huge whirlpool tub while I took a shower in the separate shower cubicle.
Knowing we needed to be both fed and exercised, we got up early this morning so we could walk over to the next hotel down the street -- maybe 1500 meters one way according to the step counter -- because they have a breakfast buffet and this hotel does not.
It's definitely hot out there. Even at 7:30 AM we were feeling pretty uncomfortable outside.
Convention attendance is light so far. The newsletter says the population of Westercon City so far is 238 people. It is not necessarily a good thing that I know nearly every person I see here at the convention.
Today is my busiest programming day, with two shows of Match Game SF, a panel, and the Business Meeting. Not sure when I'll be back online today or when we'll have pictures from either the BM or the shows.
I keep telling myself "It will be 'all right on the night,' but there are always so many things that could go wrong.