We had to park a few blocks down the street from the school, and the line stretched along the sidewalk almost to the street. I'm glad it was warmish and not raining . . . although I'd like to think that they'd have moved the line to the school hallways if necessary. A coworker showed up shortly after us and joined the line a few people behind. Then Ben arrived a few people behind her! So we had some waves and raised-voice discussion-- hopefully not TOO irritating to the people between us. It didn't last long, honest. We also saw Amy and Alli and James after they finished up and were waiting for Derek (who perhaps had been eaten by election bears?), so we got to talk to them for a bit. And the guy behind us in line turned out to be a coworker of James. Then, on the way back to the car, we passed our next-door neighbor. So yeah, voting party!
All in all, it took about an hour, so I was that much late for work. Most of the rest of the morning has been spent trying to figure out why Flash Player won't install on my computer. (I can't figure it out, the help desk guy can't figure it out, our office IT person can't figure it out.) So it's been a hugely productive day so far, work-wise.