Thursday, March 11, 2010

D.C.

Busy music weekend comin' up.
Bottom Line Duo tonight, Falstaff Saturday, Philharmonia Northwest Sunday, then we are off to the other Washington on the train for a few thousand hours of peeking at stuff in the Smithsonian.

Not feelin' funny at the moment.

Bye.

4 Comments:

Blogger Glenn Buttkus said...

Wham, bam, lots of music goin
on and then it's hit the rails
for a scenic train trip clear across the United States of America to go to our nation's
capitol, to spend several days
at the Smithsonian. Wow, wowzer,
and "damn"! Melva has been to
parts of the Smithsonian. I
have never been to D.C. With my
issues with walking, I have
forfeited having much fun on
museum trips, ruins trips, or
other things on vacation that
require long periods of time
on my feet. But that aside,
I am so envious that you will
get to spend time at the
Smithsonian, perhaps the
greatest "set" of museums in
the world. What route will
the train take, northern,
midwest, or southern? From
eastern Montana over, the view
is mostly prairie. Once past
the Rockies, one can log some
time with a good book, even a bad
book. Down across Utah and Colorado, now that would be neat.
Course after the prairie and seeing
the little house, you would shoot
past the Great Lakes and the
Windy City too, right? Is it
a three day train trip like
when I took the Greyhound from
LA to Philadelphia? You may not
be feeling too funny, sir, but
you still look funny enough
for the both of us, enit?

6:10 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hallo, Lane & Other Readers!
Hope you'll at least have some laughs @ "Falstaff"!! I did.
Also hope you & Meredith will have a smooth train trip to and from "the other Washington" & that the Smithsonian will hold at least a few things of interest to you!!!
The LL and I say "Bon voyage!!!"
We're off to Dresden tomorrow for the Semper Oper and a few other sites.
Tschüß,
Anonomann
P.S. I agree with Glenn: The "northern" route is boring after East Glacier, Montana. Unfortunately the most scenic stretch (Everett to Glacier, MT.) is traversed at night!!

6:43 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hallo, Lane + Meredith!!
How did you find/like SeaOp's "Falstaff"????????????

"Bon voyage"/"Gute Reise" for your train trip!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Of course, also, "Regards" from the LL --
and
Tschüß,
from
Both of us!!!
("us"=LL+Anonomann)

9:24 AM  
Blogger kanishk said...

I have
forfeited having much fun on
museum trips, ruins trips, or
other things on vacation that
require long periods of time
on my feet.
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6:26 AM  

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