It was a pretty neat experience. One of my favorite things was a holographic image of Robert Ripley which "interacts" with a stack of books on the desk in the exhibit.
and I had the teriyaki salmon and garlic Parmesan chicken wings. I also had the split pea soup.
The 'rents had a chicken quesadilla for an appetizer and the meatloaf dinner for an entrée. Unfortunately I didn't get a picture of it. But all of us agreed that it was amazing and worth a second visit if we have the chance.
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I love reading and writing; I always have. Aside from some poetry, I also write articles for my church's newsletter that focus on issues that Christians face in life.
I blog about podcasting and related technology topics at www.jdsutter.me.
I am also a singer and music lover.
I enjoy photography although I don't feel I have enough skill to even count as an amateur photographer.
I have traveled around the U.S. a lot and lived in 16 different cities in 5 states. I have also been to Canada and Guatemala, but that is the extent of my travels abroad.
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- Porchlight Family MediaProducer and Editor, 2007 - present