So anyone who regularly reads this blog knows I spent this weekend at Anomaly Con in Denver, CO. I had, overall, a fantastic time there. I met some cool people, talked to some fans, and got to look at some mountains.
Seriously, it is unfair that even the view from a Walgreens parking lot is beautiful here.
I want to sincerely thank the staff of Anomaly Con for having me out here as a guest. They are a bunch of awesome people, and treated me very well. This convention is a young one, so it wasn't without its hiccups. But as we all know I can be hypercritical, in this case I'll keep my mouth shut. It's far more important to point out how much fun I had and leave it at that.
Because I truly had a ton of fun, and I mean that. You guys rock.
I don't normally do cons in this area, so it was nice to see that they're the same here as they are anywhere else I've been. I mean seriously, like I said last week, everyone at every con looks the same. Well, especially when you have trouble with faces like I do. I spent half the weekend thinking I recognized people from other places, but rationally knew it wasn't true.
Well, except for the five minutes I spent talking to "Hydra," but that doesn't count.
I hope to eventually do another con out in this area, but it's a bit of a haul to get me out here. I don't know when I'll get a chance again, so we'll see.
My next con is No Brand Con in two weeks, so I look forward to returning to my homeland of Northwestern Wisconsin. As always, I'm excited. Right now I'm still in Colorado, and have a lot of travel ahead of me. Today I will cross Eastern Colorado and Nebraska, and then complete my trip home tomorrow.
Tomorrow is the interesting drive, today is the boring one.
Nebraska is just flat and yellow. I'm just saying...