On a trip such as this, it is very easy to lose track of what day it is. I guess I haven't fully recovered from Thursday's 24 hour deal.
I suppose it bears mentioning that we are here attending the 2011 Road Rally for Taxi.
Friday morning we attended the Lifetime Achievement award ceremony at 9 AM. The guest of honor was Charles Fox.
It was super neat the way they had the stage set up; it looked like the inside of a living room, and the owner of Taxi and Mr. Fox chatted for an hour or so, and then Mr. Fox played and sang “Killing Me Softly”. He is a very unique and interesting person to hear speak, because he is so creative and musician-minded, and yet intellectual, too. These two personality traits don’t normally manifest in the same human being. Like a professor of all things uncertain. Doesn’t make sense. I don’t typically stand in line to buy anything and I’m certainly not a crowd follower but I couldn’t wait to get my hands on his book. I had him sign it to James. J
I didn’t want to attend anymore sessions so I came back to the room, changed and went to the gym. I had a great run. I chilled in the room so long I was actually getting bored. It was wonderful. Wonderful, I tell you….wonderful!! When James got back, we headed to Culver City and In and Out Burgers.
James loves this place.
I don't really get it?
I mean, I guess I prefer 5 Guys, if I had to choose.