View From the Hotel Balcony 10/12/12, Plus Reminder: Capclave!

It is, if I may say so myself, a fantastic parking lot.

And also, I am here in Gaithersburg, Maryland for Capclave, which starts today and for which I am the Author Guest of Honor. I dragged my ass in at what was a reasonable hour by the clock but which my body decided was horribly late, so once I checked in what I ended up doing was ordering some room service and then going completely unconscious for eight straight hours. Which was great, because it’s been several days since I’ve had eight straight hours of unconsciousness at one go, and as I am at a convention, it seems a good chance I won’t have eight straight while it’s going on. So it’s nice to sneak it in somewhere.

If you happen to be in the DC area and are looking for something to do with your weekend, come on down; programming at the convention starts at 4pm, and my first event is at 8pm. And all the rest of the time I will be wandering about, trying to be accessible because, you know. That’s what the Guest of Honor gig is about. See you soon.

11 Comments on “View From the Hotel Balcony 10/12/12, Plus Reminder: Capclave!”

  1. It *is* a rather fantastic parking lot. Especially compared to the parking lot view I have out *my* workplace window. :(

  2. It is, if I may say so myself, a fantastic parking lot.

    Meh. They cluttered it all up by painting strange lines all over the place.

    SHould be filled with circles with capital H’s in the middle, I think.

    Where am I supposed to land this thing????


  3. @Andrew Blacklock – I’m pretty sure it overlooks a Sam’s Club parking lot, so basically, yes.

  4. Fun first day at Capclave. Your Fast Forward interview was quite interesting. I have a link to photos from the first row on the Washington Science Fiction Association Facebook page. Looking forward to more fun Saturday and Sunday.

  5. Wow! That’s a bit of a blast from the past for me. My first job out of high school, 25 years ago, was working at the Montgomery Ward store that originally shared the building with the Toys R Us in the pic. Ah, many fond memories….

    Hope you are enjoying Gaithersburg, and the con!

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