Travel Day! Good Bye For Now Oregon!

I will miss these two goobers...


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See you two in three weeks or three months. I am a bit over cannabis and will be nice to get away from it. I actually want to focus on work and being sharp. Getting old is funny, I really don't want cannabis like I once did. Maybe also because perspective is key and this job is more important than I remembered. I love challenges and working. Just not politics.

But really this Neurofeedback that I did last year really has helped me see how cannabis affects me. I really dont need those effects while trying to run my brain at 100mph safely.


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Checking In With Southwest

The wait for checking in bags and security checks was not that bad. The lines moved fast and I even was able to do the process twice because a wrench was too long, I had to go and put it in my checked bag instead of my carry on.


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The Eugene, Oregon Airport

The Eugene Airport is small. What I like about it other than it's small town charm, is the art to fill the walls here. In Vegas it's all mostly suggestive sexual imagery.


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Of course, I need to grab a coffee. While waiting for this flight to board I figured why not drink some coffee to blog better and to be as lucid as possible before entering a flying sardine can for a two hour trip 30'000 feet in the air.

Grab A Coffee And Hive on...


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Right before boarding my flight, I got a very nice and warm text message from my labor coordinator in Las Vegas. This was a pretty cool gesture. Feels good to be welcomed/wanted, even if it is for one show or hopefully 3-4 months.


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Everything but the landing was smooth with my flight

I had an aisle seat on the plane. Once I was buckled up I stopped taking pictures. I felt it was rude to take pictures in such cramped quarters. I did manage to get this picture of the wing however, lol.


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Once I landed, it was go time. I was under intense time constraints. I had to check into the airbnb hostel and pick up groceries. Luckily, my buddy's dad picked me up. Unluckily, my airbnb was a really gross place. Dirty dishes, rotten food in a small smokey stagnate room with 4 people. It was bad. I had to run from it. Luckily, I have a back up plan on my buddy's goat farm outside of town. Yup, same one I used to live at.


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I Start Work Tomorrow.

Pictures of the Las Vegas Strip and casinos will start to come tomorrow.

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