Friday we went to Yakima to see our friends' bands Trentalange and Head Like a Kite play at the Sports Center. No plant photos here, but there are some museum shots.
First we stopped at the Yakima Valley Museum, which has a small collection of neon signs and a large collection of horse-drawn carriages.
Coincidentally, I was wearing a T-shirt that depicts a horse-drawn carriage.
Old apple crate labels.
A Depression-era dress made of flour sacks.
People used to hunt mammoth around here.
A prehistoric cat.
A stuffed cougar.
A few of local businessman Joseph Klingele's collection of 3,000 pencils.
Then we went to a junk shop, where I spent $20 on old postcards. I did not buy this.
I don't like most Chinese food, but I enjoy a seedy Chinese lounge.
This one's called the Lotus Room. "Cast Away" was playing. I started drinking liquor, after having already had beer and wine.
Trentalange was already playing when we get back to the Sports Center.
The rest of the night is sort of a blur.
Barb showed off her biceps.
Dave showed off his horns.
Bye-bye, Sports Center.
Hello, Mel's Diner!