I’ve been here a little over a week and Santa Fe is Santa Fine. Shooting’s going well despite the schizophrenic weather. We were up at 10,000 ft yesterday on Hyde Park Road watching the sun flip us the finger every 30 minutes or so. Later, after we wrapped around 6pm, it snowed. I love the moody weather.
The morning was muddy. There were golashes, slickers, and plywood puddle-bridges. Midday, off on the horizon, we caught sight of the mountaintop we were on less than 24 hours before. It was snow-capped. In June. In the desert. Good stuff.
We were in an RV Park. It had a pay phone.
Here’s what I’ll say. Everyone’s got a cell phone nowadays. And you know what? People should. People should and people do. It’s 2009, don’t be an asshole. Have a cell phone. But pay phones? C’mon. They’re obsolete and useless. They leave some confused and others pissed-off and annoyed. Thank God someone posted some rules on how to use it at the RV Park:
See, all you need to talk to God is a freakin’ quarter. Don’t be a cheap asshole. Call the messiah.