Nampa, ID -- July 23, 2007

At Papa John’s.

Reading Weavers of War. It’s the fifth book in a series. He reads so he can relax. This book is filled with lots of action and intrigue.

His favorite book of all time? Probably The Magician’s Apprentice, by Rayman E. Feist. He’s read it twice.

If he were to write his own book it’d be fiction—probably fantasy, like J.R.R. Tolkien.

What turns him off when he reads? Too many names and places. He doesn’t want to think too hard. If it gets too complicated too fast, he stops.

He’s from Portland and is traveling for work—he works with lasers on gun sights. They don’t have a Papa John’s back in Portland so he’s bringing several burritos home with him. I did my good deed of the day and told him to go to the Mission District and San Francisco and get a burrito there. If I accomplish nothing more on this trip, my 54 days will still have been worthwhile. I recommend a super burrito from just about anywhere on Mission Street.

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