The Great Plotnik

Saturday, January 08, 2011

Saturday and Up for Air

Buried once again in a long track, this time close to an hour long with so many parts to deal with, Plotnik rises for air on Saturday afternoon. No blog yesterday? What was yesterday?

Well, last night was Plot and Duck's first show of the year. The wonderful story teller Jeff Greenwald brought his "Strange Travel Stories" to the Marsh in Berkeley. He told three travel stories. The first, Plot and Duck had heard before, about a hike through rural Nepal, involving an unfortunate roast chicken. The second was about an astonishing scuba dive at dawn in the Philippines. But the third was the really funny one -- a description of the "Left Luggage" shed at the Culcutta Airport.

You listen to Jeff tell stories and you want to get out of town and see the rest of the world. At least, Plotnik does. So many pin-less holes in the map.


At 5:49 PM, Blogger notthatlucas said...

I think you could listen to paint dry and get put in the mood to go traveling. Time to buy some pins.

At 10:33 AM, Anonymous Jeff Greenwald said...

Thanks, Plotnik... glad you enjoyed the show! But hey, at least let people know where they can get tix!

Thanks for coming!


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