Museum Musings: thick snow on the mountains

Sunshine today. From my cash register I looked out the window to Mount Baldy in the east. Capped with a thick layer of snow, it looked like Mt Fuji sparkling in the sunshine.

No matter how many weeks a show is up, people always wait until the last weekend to come see it.   The Drawing show closed today, so we were busy.  Early in the afternoon the security guards noticed a suspicious bag on the ground outside the Drawing Gallery.  I’m not sure why the LAPD were called, or why the gallery had to be evacuated, which in effect closed down the exhibition an hour-and-a-half earlier than necessary, or what they had to do to diffuse the contents of the bag, but when they opened it, they found a tuna fish sandwich…

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1 Response to Museum Musings: thick snow on the mountains

  1. Dinah says:

    Oh, those exploding tuna fish devices. Yikes!

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