Thursday, October 30, 2014

Indianapolis Monument

Today was the last evening in Indianapolis and the "Net Gurus" meeting was finished at 6:00 pm. The group went out to a Tapas restaurant about a mile from the hotel. This is the Indiana State Sailors' and Soldiers' Monument we passed on the way. I wanted to take a picture on the way over (more light) but there was too much traffic to stop in the middle of the street.

I had never had a paella before that was made by someone else before. I've made it at home but have never even seen it on a menu. I was happy to see that the flavor was about the same as the homemade version though the ingredients were dramatically different. Tomorrow will be spent flying back home with stops in Dallas (what!?) and Seattle.

This post was originally done using an iPhone app called BlogTouch Pro. Better than most of the others but still not really as good as Blogsy on the iPad. If you stopped by earlier, you may noticed that you can't "click" the picture to enlarge. The only option is to manually resize the photo to fit in the column. Kind of lame but for low quality pictures such as this, that's not a big deal.

Since I have several hours sitting in DFW, I went ahead and edited this post using Blogsy on the iPad.

 

10 comments:

Trobairitz said...

Safe travels today.

RichardM said...

Thank you. Going through Dallas adds about five hours to the trip. Not sure why this turns out cheaper.

SonjaM said...

Oh, finally they let you out? Have a safe trip home.

RichardM said...

Thank you. Kind of a roundabout trip but I'll eventually get there.

Coop a.k.a. Coopdway said...

It's essential that you visit all corners of the country on your way home...:)

Get home safely!

VStar Lady said...

There is something to be said for taking the scenic route (you get to sit around in more airports giving you lots more time to play with new aps.)

Martha said...

Dallas? Hummm. Not for a football game, I know that.

Take care and hurry home!

RichardM said...

That must be it. Maximize the number of legs on the trip. Good for airline miles collected…

RichardM said...

I think I used to enjoy it more. Traveling by air was "fun".

RichardM said...

No, less than zero interest in football these days (or just about any other sport).