The Code has been broken…

This morning I finished The Da Vinci Code. It was definitely worth the read. I suggest that you go out, get it and read it. That is about all that happened today. Not much else to report.

I am looking forward to heading home. Although, talking to Allison, I think I’d much rather have the weather here than at home. If it wasn’t for the lack of trees and grass it would be a good place to stay.

I did go to a neat little place during lunch called the El Paso Connection. They had some fantastic furniture that Marcia would love. Sorry Marcia, I didn’t rent a U-Haul while I was here. They had a ton of southwestern stuff. There were many rooms throughout the huge building and each one was covered floor to ceiling with knick knacks, trinkets and all sorts of things. It’d be a neat place to furnish a country home or rustic cabin as well.

Sorry, no picture of the place today.

Cattleman’s Steakhouse

Me at Cattleman’s Steakhouse

I’m in El Paso with a couple of other specialists for the PSH LIVE (post LIVE, weirdest LIVE trip, ever). Tonight we went to Cattleman’s Steakhouse at Indian Cliffs Ranch for dinner. We had a great dinner there. I had a Filet/Bacon Wrapped Shrimp Kabob. Each of us tried this drink made from lemon juice, beer and was served in a salted glass. I forget the name of it, but it was interesting, not something I’d recommend, but interesting.

I had visited Cattleman’s on a previous trip to El Paso, when it was summer. I was able to get some good sunset photos that trip, but tonight it was dark by the time we arrived, so I couldn’t get any good photos. Liz took this photo. Thanks Liz! And pretty skillfully too I might add (notice no flash glare.)

Cattleman’s Steakhouse has been host to movie sets for films such as Courage Under Fire and Resurrection (never heard of it).

I also had my first sighting of Alternator Smokescreen today at Target. I can’t wait to get this Transformer. It is so well designed.

Anyway, I’m looking forward to getting home.