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A Potlatch 8 Photo Album

January 22, 1999 through January 24, 1999

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Saturday, January 23, 1999

Talking and smoking in the  hotel bar (link to larger version) Talking and smoking in the  hotel bar (link to larger version)
Lots of good discussions took place in the bar, which allowed smoking.

Mark Bourne goes fishing in the con suite (link to larger version) Mike Moscone signs a book in the con suite (link to larger version) Kate Schaefer and Jack Bell in the con suite (link to larger version)
Games and talking in the Hospitality suite. I'm not sure if Mark Bourne won any money playing "One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Go Fish."

"Whose Line is it, Anyway?"

Ellen Kleges, Mark Bourne, Martha Bayles, and David Levine toast each other (link to larger version) The audience writes lines on slips of paper (link to larger version) the panel is ready (link to larger version)
One of the highlights of the convention is "Whose Line is it, Anyway?", a live version of the British comedy show. Ellen Kleges, Mark Bourne, Martha Bayles, and David Levine were the panel, with Leslie What as the Emcee.

A multi-headed oracle answers questions (link to larger version) David Levine, Martha Bayles, and a red fuzzy object (link to larger version)
The oracle answered questions, one word per head. David and Martha avoided a lot of nastiness with the red pom-pom in the object game.

Ellen Kleges and a bear rug (link to larger version) Mark Bourne and David Levine do Helping Hands(link to larger version)
Ellen Kleges under an bear rug, and Mark Bourne and David Levine prepare to do "Helping Hands."

Sunday Auction

Con members inspect the auction items (link to larger version) Tami Vining models a fish hat created by Lauryn MacGregor (link to larger version)
Sunday afternoon: the Clarion West auction. Tami Vining looked lovely (but still butch!) in a fish hat with glowing, flashing eyes, that was made specially for the convention by Lauryn MacGregor.

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Written by Anita Rowland, Tuesday, January 26, 1999.
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