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I'm getting ready for my Consolation Roadtrip* to Seattle and points north. Super low-budget trek to geek out in Seattle with [livejournal.com profile] calicougar, [livejournal.com profile] kvogel, [livejournal.com profile] okojosan and [livejournal.com profile] martes, plus various folks in the area.

House-sitter secured. It's good to have a shut-in friend who jumps at the chance to get out of his crowded house. All he needs is a high-speed connection and food. Since he's not a furry, I don't even have to hide the costumes! I just pack the 'fridge with cold-cuts and Diet Pepsi. Unfortunately, I do need to send my plants out to be watered (that's why he doesn't pet sit, either).

The dogs sleep nearby, blissfully unaware of the journey ahead. I'm looking forward to this: it isn't ComiCon or Eurofurence (-sigh-), but even on a budget there will be plenty of enrichment. This will also help to wash some unexpected and unpleasant personal-family business out of my head. Pike Place...forest hikes...wet dogs...food and friends. Best prescription in the world.

We're taking our time getting to Seattle: Calicougar wants to see friends in Portland and I don't want to travel the entire leg of that trip on Labor Day, so we're pushing out of the BArea on Sunday night instead. Stopping in Weed, CA. Yay.

I am borrowing a laptop from a friend in SJ, so hopefully I'll be able to post as I go, rather than do my usual photo-trip dump when I get back home.

Two adults, two border collies and all kinds of junk stuffed into a Prius for eleven-hundred miles. Woo! Adventure!




*Consolation for not making it to Eurofurence, SDCC, etc. I've started saving for next year, though!
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I'm getting ready for my Consolation Roadtrip* to Seattle and points north. Super low-budget trek to geek out in Seattle with [livejournal.com profile] calicougar, [livejournal.com profile] kvogel, [livejournal.com profile] okojosan and [livejournal.com profile] martes, plus various folks in the area.

House-sitter secured. It's good to have a shut-in friend who jumps at the chance to get out of his crowded house. All he needs is a high-speed connection and food. Since he's not a furry, I don't even have to hide the costumes! I just pack the 'fridge with cold-cuts and Diet Pepsi. Unfortunately, I do need to send my plants out to be watered (that's why he doesn't pet sit, either).

The dogs sleep nearby, blissfully unaware of the journey ahead. I'm looking forward to this: it isn't ComiCon or Eurofurence (-sigh-), but even on a budget there will be plenty of enrichment. This will also help to wash some unexpected and unpleasant personal-family business out of my head. Pike Place...forest hikes...wet dogs...food and friends. Best prescription in the world.

We're taking our time getting to Seattle: Calicougar wants to see friends in Portland and I don't want to travel the entire leg of that trip on Labor Day, so we're pushing out of the BArea on Sunday night instead. Stopping in Weed, CA. Yay.

I am borrowing a laptop from a friend in SJ, so hopefully I'll be able to post as I go, rather than do my usual photo-trip dump when I get back home.

Two adults, two border collies and all kinds of junk stuffed into a Prius for eleven-hundred miles. Woo! Adventure!




*Consolation for not making it to Eurofurence, SDCC, etc. I've started saving for next year, though!
furtech: (Default)
I'm getting ready for my Consolation Roadtrip* to Seattle and points north. Super low-budget trek to geek out in Seattle with [livejournal.com profile] calicougar, [livejournal.com profile] kvogel, [livejournal.com profile] okojosan and [livejournal.com profile] martes, plus various folks in the area.

House-sitter secured. It's good to have a shut-in friend who jumps at the chance to get out of his crowded house. All he needs is a high-speed connection and food. Since he's not a furry, I don't even have to hide the costumes! I just pack the 'fridge with cold-cuts and Diet Pepsi. Unfortunately, I do need to send my plants out to be watered (that's why he doesn't pet sit, either).

The dogs sleep nearby, blissfully unaware of the journey ahead. I'm looking forward to this: it isn't ComiCon or Eurofurence (-sigh-), but even on a budget there will be plenty of enrichment. This will also help to wash some unexpected and unpleasant personal-family business out of my head. Pike Place...forest hikes...wet dogs...food and friends. Best prescription in the world.

We're taking our time getting to Seattle: Calicougar wants to see friends in Portland and I don't want to travel the entire leg of that trip on Labor Day, so we're pushing out of the BArea on Sunday night instead. Stopping in Weed, CA. Yay.

I am borrowing a laptop from a friend in SJ, so hopefully I'll be able to post as I go, rather than do my usual photo-trip dump when I get back home.

Two adults, two border collies and all kinds of junk stuffed into a Prius for eleven-hundred miles. Woo! Adventure!




*Consolation for not making it to Eurofurence, SDCC, etc. I've started saving for next year, though!

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