At the end of the day, I went to Flushing Chinatown as I usually do on Long Island trips. Since it was a Saturday, I thought I would have to pay for parking, but I noticed that all the parking meters on 39th Avenue were out of service. So I took advantage of the free parking. There were five new geocaches, the "Flushing Freedom Mile Tour" set, in the neighborhood, so I took a walk around and found all five before going to Curry Leaves for dinner. I had E-fu Noodles with Triple Delight and Chendol. The E-fu Noodles were okay but not uniquely Malaysian. Some Chinese restaurants offer that too. Chendol is a shaved ice dessert with coconut milk, red beans, and green noodles. I'd been saving this for a warm day.
On Sunday, I joined Damian K, yargo, and rapidtrabbit for a mascot gig at the Lawrenceville Main Street Jubilee. Given that the temperature was over 90°F, I was wondering how I would be able to go outside in fursuit but I was able to do the gig for 15 minutes at a stretch before retreating to the changing area, which thankfully was in an air-conditioned office. On the plus side, the people attending the street fair didn't want to stay outside for too long either so I saw a different crowd every time. On our last set, we all got invited out to the stage area for a little dance. Yes, we danced in 93°F weather. After that, I was DEAD. But it was fun.
The post-gig dinner was at Houlihan's in Princeton. We met up with tonyringtail at the restaurant. I had the Southwest Chicken Wrap. Then I got the Chocolate Cappuccino Cake, which was very decadent, for dessert.