Tigereye Sal is in Seattle for a convention, and so we got together for dinner tonight. She is delightful and being a veterinary assistant, was totally enamored of Friday. We met at Pacific Place, and had dinner at Thai Ginger. It was very good and filling. And we talked.
After dinner, since she has commented that geocaching sounds exciting, we went looking for some caches. I was going to cut through Pike Place Market (which you used to be able to do) but it wasn’t happening. We looked for one cache there, but I swear the clues just sent us in circles. So we gave up on that one.
We jumped on a bus to the waterfront and got one I had missed the other
day when I was out with EF Hutton. ( I don’t think that’s his real name, just his geocaching handle.) I had a good idea where it was just by the name of the cache, Seeing Seagulls. I bet if Daisy Fae casts her mind back, she can guess, too. We never would have found it without the clue, though.
I really love meeting IRL people that I know on the internet. It’s such a blast to have some of your misconceptions undone. For some reason I had always pictured Tigereye Sal as dark, sultry, and with cat eyes. But she is delightful even though she’s spoiled my illusions. I had a great time Sal, and thanks for dinner.