I didn't bother with the big roll-around unit I use for the rest of the first floor. There's nothing on TV worth watching tonight, and so I'm just going to hole up in the back room with my laptop.
Meanwhile, back at Quonset Point, it's airshow week. The Thunderbirds haven't arrived yet, but some of the stunt planes have been practicing since Monday. At lunch today the ANG stunt plane was running through it's routine while some RI-ANG C-130's did some passes and dropped stuff with parachutes out of their back door. The RI-NG was up, too, circling the field with a couple of Blackhawk choppers and their lone C-23 Sherpa, the military version of the boxy Shorts commuter planes that were all the rage among short haul airlines 15 years ago or so. And just up the way, The Quonset Air Museum's aircraft were spiffed up and waiting to be towed over the the static exhibits area. Good times.