Movie night! The movies in question were Zero Dark Thirty (which was, typical of a movie based on true events, rather long and with a somewhat wandering plot) and the remake of the 1984 fictional-war-drama Red Dawn. Which not fantastic, it had Chris Hemsworth in it, so it all evened out.
$10-ish for the rental of two movies.
As a going away celebration for one of the editors at work, the editorial and graphics design staff took a two-hour long lunch break and abandoned their posts for Moxie's. I promise you that spending a lunch with a bunch of editor's who have found a grammatically weak menu is extremely amusing.
Lunch was free 'cause work paid for it (yay!).
Two words: Star. Trek.
$25 for two tickets, and about $80 for our decision to hit up the Keg afterwards.
With some arm twisting and convincing, the tom cat and I managed to
convince a friend who works in the area to swing by after her shift was
over. We proceeded to explore a nearby city and found a series of hiking
trails that range from "light jaunt" to "hope like hell that you're in
The hiking of one of these trails will take place in June.