We have returned to the cold. Minneapolis welcomed us home by warming up to an almost tolerable 0 degrees.
The last few days at AWP in Seattle have kept us busy. Here's me working hard at the Sundog Lit table at the book fair.
The conference center was only about an eight minute walk from our hotel.
And it had some pretty views of the city, which is good because we didn't get to do much exploring.
And there definitely wasn't enough time for an adequate amount of seafood eating.
But that's okay. We had a good time, reconnected with so many old friends/colleagues/professors, and are now extra inspired to get back to work on our writing.
Thursday, February 27, 2014
It's so nice to see the mountains again.
Yesterday we flew into Seattle, took the light rail downtown, and pulled our suitcases up a series of very big hills.
Here's our first view of Seattle through the train window.
And here's Joe saying hello to Washington.
And here's our delightful hotel room.
And now it's time to lug bags and bags of promotional bookmarks, booklets, coffee mugs, and banners to the convention center.
But first, I think I saw a doughnut shop down the street!
Posted by Cynthia Anne at 7:25 AM