Posted: March 21, 2006 in Music & Travel
I had a bunch of old entries in my blog, but now that I've tied the blog to my blog on this forum I think I'm going to go ahead and start off with a clean slate. It'll be too much work to copy/paste the old stuff, and they'd be out of order with what's here now.
Not a big deal I suppose.
Our trip to Toronto was fun. After our rental car ordeal (Enterprise shafted us on a car) we finally made it to Toronto and saw not one but two Elevation shows. They were aweome, as usual, and I even got to help out by cueing the intro music the second night (after it had been botched up on the previous night, in front of 1500 fans).
Jessica danced both nights too. She did an awesome job, as usual. It was fun seeing all of our friends up there. While I loathe the idea of living in a big city, if I had to pick one to live in, Toronto would be it. Lots of very cool people and lots of stuff to do.
The trip home was a bit of a hair raiser. We hit a light snow storm around Buffalo, bit for my car, a light snow storm might as well be a blizzard. I got off the highway (sliding down the off-ramp with the ABS not doing a very good job of stopping us at all) and slid into a gas station. I honestly thought we were going to have to find a place to stay for the night, but I spoke with a few other people at the gas station who claimed the road was clear a few miles to the south. Since that's the way we were intending to go, I chanced it, and at a snail's pace we made it out of the snow and onto clear roads. Lucky break.
I think this car is going to have to be sold soon. The Honda is on its last leg, and the Cobra cannot be our only car. It just won't work that way.
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