Yesterday, we took a trip up to Cleveland to visit a family friend. She used to watch my girlfriend when she was little, and named one of her daughters after my girlfriend.
After visiting her, we drove down to Canton to visit one of my girlfriend’s high school friends. We only had a little time, as she was working, but we did get to visit for a bit.
We left there, and drove back to Barb’s, and picked up Aunt Barb. We then drove to the Trans-Siberian Orchestra concert in Cleveland, making one big loop.
We met my girlfriend’s brother and sister-in-law at the concert as well.
The show this year was different from previous years, though I think I had seen a televised recording of it before (not a live show, but an actual production). It was a great show. This year, we had seats near the top of the arena, which interfered with the view of some of the screens, but overall, it was still great.
In the back of the arena, they had a pyramid with LED monitors as well as gas jets and burners. The burners on stage included a jet of probably a liquid fuel. They produced a “V” when lit, and it was in straight, tight lines. I don’t think a gas could produce such defined borders.
They ended the show with Cleveland Rocks, of course.
After the show, we drove back to Lodi for the night, and we’ll head to the Chicago area this evening.
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