Mamma Mia! Second time for Terri and me. Significant drop in musical ability for most of the players across the board. Still a fun tale and mom loved it, which made it all worthwhile. (Note: Lotsa understudies on the card, btw.) Bootlegger Bistro: Great food, so-so service. Fair pricing even w/o the Restaurant.com certificate. Try the homemade sausage. Mi Casa (Silverton): Second time I’ve had dinner there. Recommended: carnitas, ceviche (have ‘em cut back on the lime juice), mahi tacos and the pintos and rice are really outstanding. The mole would work for someone not experienced with the Mexican mother sauce. Not Agave or Border Grill but much better than Diego at a portion of the cost. Orleans oyster bar: Jambalaya on fettucine??? Chowder still rocks. I’ve you’re not dairy fat averse try the white clam sauce on linguine. Shopping: Terri struck out but not for a lack of effort. I did well at the Rack and Greg Norman outlet. Meet: Saw a few familiar faces and made some new friends. Nice seeing all of you! Silverton: Been playing there a bit of late. Really like the overall package. Still need some work room-wise but given the inherent limitations of the hotel they offer up a commendable package. Linens aren’t up to the quality of the beds. Antiquarian TVs but a CD player in the room. Nice décor. Crisp and clean and no funky odors a la MSS last month or condoms in the corner of the room a la the Roachera and no bugs a la Orleans. Get the top/4th floor ‘cause I imagine there’s a load of noise from above given how the floors creak. Great mix of VP. Scored a number of free appies and desserts, three $5 cash winners, one mystery gift and a concert ticket on the pull tabs. POV coupies: Three Silverton matchplays … won all three. Original Pancake House (GVR), B1G1. Two appies and a dessert at Mi Casa, gratis. In other news: KQA10J spades dealt on a quarter FP jacks machine at the Mi Casa bar. Oh, I was playing a three-play.