Crabby Crab went to Vegas with us to spread the word about Crisfield, and he did a great job! Remember my disclaimer on the 1st batch of Vegas photos? These photos were point and shoot and just for fun. Most of the time I did not even look at my settings. Hey, I was on vacation! Taking good photos requires thought and work. So just enjoy the theme and don't put too much emphasis on the quality. And "forget about" the editing. The editing part applies to all my posts - my old English teacher would kill me.
"All happiness depends on a leisurely breakfast." ~ John Gunther
Crabby started out his day with a cup of coffee and a good breakfast. He longs for a cup of coffee from Gordon's.
Crabby Crab pays for breakfast. He did so well at the slots he felt like a big spender, so we did not insist on paying.
Crabby could not wait to hit the tables. I want to thank Treasure Island for letting me take photos of the tables and slots. Once they knew what an important celebrity Crabby was, they were happy to give him the full run of the house. Umm? Perhaps he should have requested a room upgrade.
Crabby poses before seeing "Love" at the Mirage.
Another "Love" pose...
Uh, Crabby took this photo. I have seen Love twice. It is the best show in Vegas.
After the show, Crabby hit the ATM machine.
And then we lost him. Thanks to the Mirage for running their security tapes to help find a crab on the loose. That is a true story, folks. When they found out how important Crabby was, they went to work. I am sure there are some guards who will be telling their families stories about the time they tracked down a Maryland crab gone wild in Vegas.
Back in the room, Crabby had a ball jumping up and down on the bed.
Then we scolded him. Look at those sad eyes.