Monthly Archives: July 2015
I promise there is an actual Sacramento post to be written. I went to the California Railroad Museum, which was actually quite cool, and Old Sacramento, and the State Capitol grounds. I ate Indian food and made a new friend. But right now I am sitting in the … Continue reading
I think my experience in Reno is best summed up by a comment I made to a friend: “Being in Reno is so much more like being in Reno than I had anticipated.” It’s like a bizarre mix of Daytona Beach and South of the … Continue reading
I get off the bus in Reno and it’s raining. I spent the last week in San Francisco and it’s the first time I’ve felt rain since Montreal, I think — in Reno. (Side note: whenever you think about taking … Continue reading
Today I rented a bike, rode along the Bay, and biked over the Golden Gate Bridge! Not the worst Monday I’ve ever had. It was fucking fantastic. Something about biking over bridges is just such sheer, simple fun. I admit, I think the Brooklyn Bridge remains … Continue reading
wordpress.com informs me that I started this blog one year ago today. I’d pretend to have something really insightful to say about this, but I’m tired as shit. Instead, have a picture of an iguana on a leash, and a sunset from this hostel.
Okay, not actually wasted, but this song speaks to me on many levels. But I’m near the end and I just ain’t got the time And I’m wasted and I can’t find my way home… Currently sitting in a Chinatown Starbucks — aka blessed … Continue reading