Just to be safe, I called the place, to make sure they could get us in. Turns out, it doesn’t open until 5:30. The guy said there was a line waiting for the doors to open, he figured 20-30 people, and he said it took about 10-15 minutes to get everybody seated. I didn’t know what that meant, but we decided to risk it. We hopped in Nate’s rental car and drove about two miles to The Screen Door. Before they parked, they let me out, and I jumped in line.
As we waited, a bearded guy walked by handing out