So, what did I do?
Well, there WAS free WiFi, so that helped in keeping me busy, though it wasn't enough in itself.
I also finished a really brilliant book that I'd gotten out of the library, called People of the Book by Geraldine Brooks, about the history of a Jewish book through the ages, called the Sarajevo Haggadah. The book's structure bounces back and forth through time, on the one hand following the investigator who is restoring the book, and on the other hand describing the lives and times of those who had previously owned it. It's a terrific read!
I also spent a good amount of time reading an SF novel on my Sony PRS-700 reader, which worked fine, and I got through more than a third of the book while waiting. I got the file from one of those discs that Baen Books has been attaching to the back of some of their hardcover novels, especially the ones by David Weber. I'll talk about this book when I finally get done with it.
forestcats had driven home with most of my luggage, thereby freeing me up, as far as that's concerned, which was fine, really. So when we landed at Ontario, I phoned her as the plane taxied in so she could come pick me up. After a while, here comes the truck, with brushette sticking her head way out the side window, excited as all get out to see me. It was very cute.
We went home, brushette on my lap, and once there, I spent some hour or so unpacking. We had a visitation where forestcats passed a wonderful Halloween costume on to a 5-year-old girl, daughter of members of our Havurah. She looked splendid in it, and she and her parents were delighted (as my wife adds to the world's happiness!!!). Then we had a lot of stuff to clear off the DVR...Stormchasers, Caprica, and whatnot.
Finally, we collapsed in bed late.
I slept through the alarm clock, this morning, but that's all right, I have nothing in particular to worry about, today. I then spent some hours this morning clearing matter off my hard drives to make more space. It's amazing how data fills up...