The Mystery Spot trip was fun. 🙂 On the one hand there really WAS a lot of energy there of some kind – you could feel it kinda pressing down on your head and making you a little dizzy or lightheaded. On the other hand, the tour guides (yes, it was a tour – you couldn’t just investigate it on your own, which was a little disappointing, but oh well) have all of these little ‘experiments’ to involve the crowd and play with angular perception a lot. At one ‘experiment’ a ball actually felt a LOT heavier inside the perimeter of the mystery spot than outside – just a few feet of difference. (Since this experiment couldn’t be as confused with optical illusions as the other ones, it seemed more “real” – LOL) All in all though, it was a fun day trip and the company was terrific.
Then, we went to Chili’s for lunch after the tour. We asked the server for a pitcher of soda and they said they weren’t allowed to do that. Next thing we know, they are plunking a pitcher down on the table, after we’d already dismissed it. Now THAT’S using ‘the force’! LOL.