Hi, everyone. Probably no amazing writing happening in this report. I'll just be giving some updates and posting some pictures. First things first: There was just an earthquake here. I am typing this from my room on the 12th floor of The D. There was a whole lotta shaking going on, but fortunately nothing that would have caused too much damage. I'm assuming it is an aftershock from the original 6.5 earthquake that hit Tonopah just the other day, but I haven't verified that. I drove down from Salt Lake City this morning. I left at 9am and got to The D parking garage at 2:15pm. I took the parking garage elevator to the casino floor where I was met by a nice security guard who asked me to put my wrist against what looked like a metal detector, but it actually took my temperature. 97.5. Then he asked me to remove my mask for the camera. 10 seconds later I was on my way to the hotel check-in desk. The D added a nice touch by offering complimentary champagne or water to those waiting to check in. I opted for the champagne. There were about 10 people in line, but it didn't take more than 10 minutes to get checked in. After I checked in I moseyed around the Fremont Street Experience. Previous posters have noted/pictured turnstiles and extra security on the FSE. While I couldn't get a straight answer from the three FSE security guards I asked, it became clear that the extra security pieces are geared toward protecting FSE from potential riots and are not something that will be on FSE permanently. After checking out FSE, I went down to Atomic Liquors for a couple of cocktails. They are offering bar seating now for solo drinkers like me. Their bar stools were physically distanced at the bar, approximately 8 feet apart from each other. I was the first patron today, as I got there right when they opened. All the bar staff was wearing masks. For patrons, masks were optional. I had two delicious cocktails while there. First was My Currant Flame and next was In The Forest. Both featured mezcal. $11 each. OK, I had two of the Forests. They were good. After Atomic I came back up to my room to write up this short update and do a photo dump. A couple of other things I noticed in terms of what's open and what's not: Banger Brewing was not open, and there is no sign indicating when they will be open. The same can be said for Park on Fremont. Therapy and Evel Pie are open. Pizza Rock was open for takeout only. That's all I have for now. My next post will include a photo dump.