I'm still a little bit scared/sad/anxious, but am mostly feeling excited about what the future holds. It's been an incredible four years.
But, I'll save the reflection for later. There are better things to share right now!
These past ten days on the road have been pretty unexpectedly awesome.
We've had some mind-blowingly beautiful drives. So beautiful that it hurts. I've sincerely felt this aching sensation to freeze time and attempt to memorize every last detail of the landscape in front of me. Perhaps that's melodramatic -- okay, objectively, I'll give you that -- but I do feel like it's a fairly accurate description. These photos of drives through Wyoming, Washington, Oregon, and Idaho do no justice:
|This one is definitely from Wyoming.|
|Snoqualmie Pass, Washington|
|With Jenny in Spokane!|
|With JJ and Jenna, who drove up to spend the day in Yakima, WA!|
|Taqueria Los Primos in Yakima. Just as good as the best Mexican food I've found in Arizona!|
|Now this is what tacos should look like.|
|Touch pools at the Seattle Aquarium.|
|The diver fed the fish...|
|...and I high-fived him through the glass!|
|The octopus gives a really great hug.|
|If a jellyfish had a face, I think it'd look like this.|
|With Audra and Whitney outside the aquarium on a beautiful day in Seattle!|
|Latte art: a skull with crazy hair (?).|
|At the locks.|
|Starting with this photo, how a lock works in pictures. |
(In real time, this probably took 15 minutes.)
Funny how a little tweak in perspective can change so much.
Two more weeks. Ten more shows. Good times ahead.