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Seattle, WA -- We got off to a late start on the NW Sash Bash Education Series this afternoon but even help from my adopted boy Rich and his boy Steven couldn't stave off mother nature. As soon as we got set-up it started to rain and as Derek ran the first needle in his demo the hale started falling. I don't mean little pellets either; this was a fingernail-sized hale. We were fine continuing until the thunder and lightning. Given the fact we were working under double stack metal scaffolding, I had to call the scene.
It was a cluster fuck to say the least. But, as my brother Odie likes to say, 'It is what it is.' If you top scenes frequently enough you know they don't always go as planed and when shit happens you've got two choices. You can call it quits or you can improvise, adapt and overcome. The picture (left) was taken just before we had to move the event inside.
Because there are no hard points in the Cuff dance bar we had to cancel my Shibari suspension demo and time constraints after the move precluded replacing it with another demo but Russell Harmon was able to deliver a highly educational presentation on advanced flogging techniques and there was a well-attended panel discussion on bootblacking.
Next two stops tonight: NW Sash Bash Cabaret and the Extreme Play Party.