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Wx: Overcast, Drizzly (Min: 4 Max: 9)
Woke to the weather being cloudy, overcast and generally GREY (again)! Packed up my gear and John drove me down to King Street Station. I boarded the AMTRAK 'Cascades' train bound for Portland.
The scenery along the way was fairly bland given the grey skies, however, you can see that it would be a wonderful journey ...
... To get to Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport early in the morning you either have to take a red eye or spend the night somewhere which would just be more money, so we bit the bullet and did it. We also chose to leave a day early just in case, and so that we weren't rushing aboard the ship exhausted.
Aside from an MIA taxi (thanks Radio Cab) and me freaking out when I couldn't find my new sunglasses in my bag we made the flight to JFK without any issues via JetBlue.
... insights about traveling and exploring ourselves (which I'll get to momentarily). We also got the waitress to take a picture, which is attached here.
Saying goodbye is never easy, but saying it again is no better. I think, during my travels, in the back of my mind I knew that when I arrived in Oregon, a familiar face would be waiting for me. Someone I knew, someone I could talk to, and who I could connect to my home. I think that made the whole journey ...
Another day of work down. Today was full of random visitors, some were neighbors while others were stopping by to purchase things. I did the animal chores this morning, which can be a hassle just because we have so many. After feeding the birds, I had to fix the creep, for the lambs, as the sheep kept breaking it. After that, I moved onto moving old cardboard boxes into a burn pile, as we are ...
I walk in and look to my right to see another bearded guy with a briefcase. I turn to him :
"This place only has room enough for one bearded guy with a briefcase"
He stands up to shake my hand and says (opening his briefcase): "If you show me what's in your briefcase, I'll show you what's in mine." I shuffled through mine showing off my engineering paper, journal, tea bags and cheap headphones. He pulls out ...