Archive | June, 2003

6/27/03. The Daily Grind, Pullman, WA.

27 Jun

Another great night at the Daily Grind, saw some familiar faces, something that is always nice. I also met a man who was in so many ways just like another friend I have. It was like my friend was hiding in this man’s body, speaking through him. They had the same manner of speaking, a deep interest in at least one shared subject, even the same kind of look in the eyes. I have read that there are only a few types of people in the world, like under ten. I wonder more and more, as I spend more time on this planet, if there is truth to that. Meeting this guy tonight makes me wonder…

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6/26/03. The Shop, Spokane, WA.

26 Jun

Not a huge turnout tonight, but I love this place anyway. I definitely want to play here again. We got to spend the rest of the evening drinking giant beers and eating bean dip, chips and tacos and then, the next day, watching two kids play slip and slide. It was hot. As I was watching one of them direct his father to put more water here, and then get out of the way, I wondered what a city would be like if it was constructed by children. Adults could do the physical labour, but the children would design it and then tell the adults what to do, and how to do it. I wonder if that has been done anywhere? I think it is time.

6/14/03. The Belton Chalet, Glacier Park, MT.

14 Jun

Good to be back here again, this is one of those places that feels like a sort of home away from home. Some places you want to just finish what you came there to do and then get the hell out…not here, though. Nope, Maybe it has something to do with the fact that it is right next to Glacier Park, in my opinion, one of the most beautiful places on earth. Whatever the reason, it was a fun night and I look forward to the next time.