Monday, October 30, 2006

Leaving for Las Vegas

I'll be out all week. I fly out to Las Vegas tonight for the SEMA show. It's a big car and truck aftermarket show. I'll be working at the Sportchasis (Freightliner) booth and promoting Hensley's trailer hitches and brake controllers.

I must admit that I'm looking forward to seeing Vegas. It's one of those places that's part of Americana, albeit a dark side. There's something about a city built entirely on gambling that bothers me. I'll refrain from further comment. Maybe I'll have a new perspective when I return.

For a writer, it's a goldmine. You can people watch 24 hours. You can also eat 24 hours.

I couldn't help but notice in my hotel/casino where I'm staying, The Excalibur, you have to pay for internet, the gym, and anything else that might keep you off the casino floor. I won't be paying for internet. Really, I can get it free at McDonald's now.

I'll try to find a "hot spot," though, and get online. Pray for me. I'm sure I'll have plenty to talk about next week.

3 comments:

:-)Ronie said...

Have fun, you heathen backslider. *snicker* JUST KIDDING. Really. My hubby went to Vegas on a business trip a few years back and he survived. It actually got on his nerves. :-D

Can't wait to hear the harrowing or is that hilarious tales. :-D

Robin Caroll said...

Okay, come on, dude, you can EAT 24 HOURS! That alone is enough for me to get excited about it! LOL Have fun and fill us in when you get back!

Dineen A. Miller said...

Sending prayers your way, dude! That's the hotel we stayed in last summer. Let me know if you get to check out the pool. We never did that. LOL!