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December 20, 2018

Waking Up in a Wigwam

I finally made it to Route 66! Can anyone guess which motel I’m staying in tonight?

I asked Sarah Hancock, the lady checking me in “how many guests are staying here tonight?”

“Counting you?” she replied then a long pause... “Two.”

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It appears there’s a “coffee crisis” at the Wigwam Motel. They offer none. So I’ll have to walk the two blocks to Tina Bop’s Coffeteria (I just threw a dart at the name of the place. Sarah Hancock told me, but I wasn’t really listening).

So instead of sleeping, which is what I really want to do right now, I’m perusing Holbrook City Laws to see if there is an ordinance against walking the morning streets in pajamas and slippers to get coffee.

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Russell Viers

I'm just a guy who finds the world an interesting place and likes to capture certain moments with a camera. They aren't for sale, or anything. I just like them. Well, usually. I've taken a lot of photos I don't like, as well.

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