The time that we weren't with Cindy's mom, we were packing books and such to be shipped up here. Greyhound wants $1/lb. to ship books. That seems a bit pricey. Amtrak will do it for $.48/lb. but they are only open for cargo shipments from 12:30 am to 8:30 am. Considering that we had a 5pm flight out, getting the books there was problematic. Thankfully, Cindy has a good friend that took them to the train station for us.
We did have decent food while we were down there. I had grits and Cindy has Bill Miller's Barbecue. We both of course had mexican food.
Something very amusing happened on our way through the security checkpoint at SeaTac. I had taken off my hat and my pouch to put it through the x-ray machine. There was a sign that said "Anything that you are wearing that has metal on it must run through the x-ray machine." Cindy quipped that she should remove her clothes since they had metal zippers. When we got to the front of the line, I asked the female security person whether I should remove all my clothes since they all had zippers. She said "Sure!" I was surprised. People in mundane society aren't supposed to flirt with me; it's unheard of. Possibly the hair helped.