View From a Hotel Window, 8/15/15: Cleveland/Westlake

Parking lot? But of course!

(The room is lovely. I do not wish to imply complaint. It’s just that parking lots out my window really do seem to be a recurring theme this tour.)

Today! The Barnes & Noble in Westlake, OH at 2pm (i.e., not long from when I am writing this). Hey, they haven’t started playing college football yet, Ohio. Come on by.

Tomorrow! Lansing, Michigan — the state capital, no less — at Schuler Books and Music. 4pm! Please come see me. I do not wish to be all alone.

7 Comments on “View From a Hotel Window, 8/15/15: Cleveland/Westlake”

  1. I love that everyone worked together to park in every other space.

  2. geekybrownguy – Originally from Karachi, Pakistan.. now in Lakewood, Ohio, USA. A pretty standard, cliched geek... I like the usual suspects of sci fi/fantasy, am a Trekkie and a Whovian, play D&D and computer games, read lots of graphic novels. I do have an odd weakness for British sci-fi, especially some of the older classic stuff.
    Assad Khaishgi

    About to head out for Westlake…!

  3. drdarke – Former Fetish videomaker/photographer, still interested in The Scene. Freelance writer and IT Consultant. Politically VERY Left, at least these days....
    DrDarke

    Has sparse turnout been an issue, Scalzi? I shouldn’t think so, unless you tour around there a lot so people know they can always see you….

    @SSteve – seeing those cars parked with a space on either side reminded me of a Ray Romano joke about how guys always sit with a chair between them at movie theaters so people don’t think they’re gay!

  4. Yeah, I was going to say, for a parking lot view, this one isn’t half bad. A surprisingly high ratio of green to gray. With a little side of yellowish-brown, but as a Californian, I have a hard time distinguishing that from green these days.

    The spaces between the cars, though, is something that’s totally alien to a Californian. :)

  5. To be fair, that’s a pretty damn nice parking lot as far as these things go. Really nice trees screening the road, dividing lines between the spaces. I could have been a multi-story concrete eyesore.

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