Back before poker became big, when the Mirage was one of the few hotels spreading the game, you could wait hours to play. Now there’s always something available.
The seven of us got together for dinner at the Carnegie Deli. Food good. Service bad. It’s my only meal for today. None other is needed, trust me.
Helaine, Stef and I, plus my parents, had tickets for the early show at “Love.” It’s the Cirque show based on Beatles music. Helaine and I had been before but it was still great. My folks couldn’t get over it.
The night is still young so “Clicky” and I are headed down the strip for some picture taking. I did a lot last night with my 30mm f/1.4 prime lens. Very sharp. Very fast. Little light needed for good shots.
On the schedule for tomorrow, Frys–for my father’s belated birthday gift and a trip to an indoor gun range to shoot… wait for it… a machine gun. OK, it’s possible we may fire something else, but a machine gun is definitely an option and the morning line favorite. Tomorrow night we have dinner reservations for sushi and tickets to “Jersey Boys” at the Palazzo.
It’s a busy week. How can you not love Vegas?