Kevin Standlee (kevin_standlee) wrote,
Kevin Standlee

Winding Down SiliCon

As far as I can tell, the BASFA 1000 meeting was effectively the SiliCon Dead Dog Party. Lisa and I did not stick around long after the meeting, because it was after 9 PM and we wanted to get dinner. Fortunately, Chipotle is open until 10 PM, so we popped down for a couple of burritos and took them back to the hotel room. After filling up on burritos, we did some more packing and took some things out to our vehicles to try and be more ready for tomorrow's move-out. I have the tricky task of figuring out what stuff to put in in my Chicago bag. Since I'm flying to Chicago tomorrow mid-day, I had to pack for that portion of the trip already, but some stuff I had with me at SiliCon has to go in the "Chicago bag." Fortunately, my flight is mid-day, not first thing, so it won't be a complete panic tomorrow.

We headed back down to the Fan Table area so as to use the free wi-fi to upload photos of BASFA's Meeting 1000; however, as I compose this the hotel house-men are tearing down the tables, so I need to wrap this up soon and get out of here. I'm not sure exactly when I'll be back online on Monday, although I should try to get online in the morning to see if there have been new updates from work.
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