shooting in the california mines is much easier than in utah. the biggest difference is the temperature; working while bundled up and being able to see your breath certainly slows things downs. here it's 70 degrees and we're in jeans and t-shirts. and while the mine is much, much more gravely and dusty, it is also more spacious than ophir. it's not as precarious, but it's not as cool, either.
despite the crew being spread out over three "towns", there's only one place to eat: the crowbar cafe. when we walked in, there were only two other camera guys there. within fifteen minutes, our movie had packed the place and we kept the cheerful waitress busy for the next hour. i can really see how going out with people after work helps you bond.
i was very tired (and still am) and have decided that showers that don't get very hot are on my list of things i don't like.
i wonder what tim showed for movie night...?