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Where: Mount Rainier Scenic Railroad and Hobo Inn
Links: MRSR ( Hobo Inn (

On July 31st 2015, we went overnight to stay at the Hobo Inn in Elbe Washington, the next morning we went on a train ride. For more details see my post here:

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It has been awhile since Jello and I have gone out other than maybe to a movie, so we decided to see the live tour of Welcome to Night Vale.

We started by going to Panera first and splitting an Asiago Steak Sandwich (Jello loves Panera), we then drove to the Neptune and waited in line for about an hour and a half. Finally we got to sit and watch “Murder Mystery Theater” episode (pretty sure that is the episode name) from Welcome to Night Vale.

It was a LOT of fun, the show was great, but let’s be honest I would be happy if Jello and I just sat in the car and spent time together.

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Jello and myself on our way to WtNV

Yesterday was date night. Jello and I went to go see Welcome to Night Vale live production at the Neptune. I put up a gallery of the few photos I took here: Welcome to Night Vale.

First I have to say that the show was awesome, it was absolutely worth the time, and of course I enjoyed being with Jello the most.

The date started at Panera's (Jello's favorite place to eat at the moment). We had dinner while we chatted about stuff. We then rolled into Seattle and went through the "find a parking spot" ordeal. Of course this wasn't new to us, but it is always a headache.

The one thing I never understand about some people is their desire to take an hour to find free parking. Both Jello and I would rather pay for parking, know our car isn't sitting on the street waiting to get side swiped and not have to worry about it.

We had thought we got there too early. Both of us are anxious about being late to things so we ended up about two hours early (the show was at 7, we got there by 5).

Actually we lucked out, we got into line fairly quickly and pretty close to the front, within 30 minutes (still 90 minutes before the show and 30 minutes before the doors opened) the line wrapped a full block down and around the corner. We knew it would be popular, but that was more than expected.

Cecil being Cecil.

We got into the show and took a seat second row back. It was a little to the side, but honestly we had a great view. I won't talk much about the show, I don't want to ruin it for anyone who might want to get it from their store when its over, or if they are going to see it. I can say there are a couple of guests/actors from other shows that showed up for this one.


We got out about 8:30 and headed home. It was a nice drive home and we realized a few things.

  1. We loved going out. We definitely want to do more things like that.

  2. We will make sure to get to shows early from this point forward.

  3. Some people are rude in line and leave garbage on the sidewalk like little pigs.

  4. We are old, we don't like to stay up to late so we will try and hit early showings of shows.

  5. It doesn't matter what we do, we just enjoy being with each other.

Hopefully we will have a lot more date nights.



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