Sunday, April 04, 2010

Photo Week 13: Pow and Improv

This week was pretty fun! I couldn't find work either Monday or Tuesday, which is the first time all year I haven't been able to find work on back-to-back days. I was a little bummed about not finding work Tuesday, until I checked the Stevens Pass website and found that it had snowed 16" in the last 24 hours. I made a bee-line up to the mountain and enjoyed the best snow all year.

The Tuesday skiing was surpassed Saturday, with another 16" in the past 24 hours! Kristy and I went up yesterday and tried to take advantage of likely the last good snow fall of the season. The skiing was great, but we arrived at the mountain 30 seconds too late and had to park in the "Yodelin" parking lot two miles away, and have a shuttle take us up to the mountain. This is the first time I've ever parked in the Yodelin parking lot, and the experience wasn't all that bad. Riding on the bus reminded me a lot of middle school and riding up to Snoqualmie on Friday evenings:

After skiing on Saturday, I attended my first-ever Jet City Improv show. I've never attended an improv show before, and I wasn't really sure what to expect. I've seen "Whose Line is it Anyways?" and did not expect that caliber of comedic genius, and I was not even sure if this improv would be set up in a similar fashion. It turns out that the setup is very similar to "Whose Line?" and the comedians are ridiculously funny. We went to celebrate my friend Jenny's 25th birthday, so of course she got called on stage to give advice on how the scenes should play out:

I can definitely see myself going back and supporting comedic improv in the future, I had an absolute blast. I shouted out a few ideas, and my housemate, Eddie, had a great suggestion when the MC wanted something very unhygienic, Eddie shouted out, "Alanis Morissette!"



Blogger SirFWALGMan said...

godamn man all your friends are hot.

7:56 AM  
Blogger SeattleImprov said...

Glad you liked the show! Come back and see us again soon!

11:40 AM  

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