We’ve turned attentions to strategic matters as we plan out the next course for our business development. Big rocks are slow to move and gain momentum. Mostly its about proper cash positioning so that we can build the large yurt and do the landscaping required. Then the rezone. In the meantime, we have fun opportunities which present themselves too. This past weekend I drive into the city on Friday and met up with Glenn to see Stardust, the movie. A fun evening topped with some sushi.
Saturday, now that was the big draw. Hordes descended upon Myrtle Edwards Park on the waterfront. Hempfest is the annual protestival that attracts so many people!
We really were excited to see the new Sculpture Park that opened as well. Glenn and I got down there early in the day and beat the crowds. Good thing too! When we left around 2pm the swarming sea of people that were entering was fantastic! We planned it this way so that we could prepared for the fun celebration Saturday evening with our friend Craig. It was a birthday dinner and show. Young Frankenstein, the musical was on the bill for the evening at the Paramount Theater. This is the new Mel Brooks musical that is doing their opening run in Seattle before moving to Broadway. As luck would have it, Mel Brooks ended sitting 5 seats away from us at the end of the row! He would zip in right before the curtain raised and zip out right before intermission, ditto Act II. Amazing! We love the performance with Roger Bart and Megan Mullally. It was the Seattle Men’s Chorus night so catching up with all the people we knew was a blast.