I took off my shoes and practiced on the cement stage of the amphitheater right by the river. Only 5 people walked by on the street above. I love practicing, at least occasionally, without the constraints of a mat. I don't like practicing in public but it was quiet enough here, and dark enough that I felt reasonably anonymous.
I did something like this though I can't remember very well because there wasn't much logic to it...I did not follow a more traditional order. I just tried to let my body lead.
lay upside down on the staircase
legs up the wall
move to stage: ardha chandrasana (half-moon)
very soft, melty half sun salutations
thread the needle twist
(here a group of 3 kids came by so i morphed into something more 'normal' and contained-looking)
cow face (just the legs part)
urdhva dhanurasana (upward bow) this was one of my juiciest upward bows ever. if there's a place you need to find space in, just make that your priority. in this case i needed to feel space behind my heart and so i zeroed in on that and made the subtlest adjustments until i found it. i almost could have stayed in bow all night. played with doing it one-armed
seated prasarita padottanasana (wide-legged forward fold) did this one forEVer, first with a rounded back then with straight back and felt like i had new legs afterwards.
uttanasana (forward fold)
squat to crow
slow, content walk back to the car. as soon as i got in, the sky let loose with a refreshing spring downpour. i've got good timing.