Comfort Inn Near Pasadena Civic Auditorium
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... you accidentally got thrown off the map by the tornado on Hyrule Castle (Only frequent Smash players know the painful truth of this reference). Over the summer, when I worked at Springhill, occasionally we would take a break from the stresses of camp life, the scarcity of technology, and the heat of the summer to play a round in the cool office of one of the camp directors. Smash has even been around when I'm at school, on my wing. There would ...
... from our guest speaker Perry Lanaro, the Vice President of Financial Systems at Paramount Pictures. It was extremely interesting hearing about all the different ways that a movie makes money other than just the box office ticket sales.
Friday, Ryan and I took a hike. We checked out one of the trails that led up a mountain. We started at noon and with backpacks filled with water, trail mix, and beef jerky, we started walking. ...
... all tackled intense issues and topics. The one we missed was about a Crisis Hotline for Veterans. The next, and also my favorite, was about a mom with terminal cancer and her interactions with her son as she lives her life knowing it will end soon. The third was about poor children in North Dakota whose parent work in the oil fields. The fourth was about a man whose only job is to kill cattle in a slaughter house in Mexico. The last was really tough to ...
... I was told that our hour lunch break is whenever we want, so at 1:30 Ryan and I walked to Subway and had a sandwich (props to the Burbank subway for not holding back on the jalapeņos). After that we headed back to Abel and finished out the day cleaning cases and fixing a BNC cable. Because of the late lunch, dinner consisted of easy mac, a tortilla with peanut butter, and a sleeve of saltines while ...
... with the decor and apparent local custom, we both order fish & chips and Jeff sampled two beers from the local "Craftsman" brewery.
We're both tired - all that walking and sunshine I suppose.
This is is my final blog entry for this trip. I hope you've had fun; certainly more fun the Pokey and Gumby who rode around in the backpack all day and never got out for a photo op!
Goodbye for now....