I finally arrived at my host’s place in Sheridan, WY at about 10:30pm.

Who is this host? Why, none other than my cousin Marla Hinrichs!

My long lost cousin Marla!

I haven’t seen her in several years, what with me being in Korea and her being in Wyoming, so it was good to reconnect with her. She is a teacher, but she has also become quite a photographer, as well as the owner of an interesting bookshelf.

(Couchsurfing tip: if you want to get a good night’s sleep, never look at the bookshelves of your hosts. Hosts have good books.)

No musicians had contacted me to record from the entire state of Wyoming, so that was that. From there I was off to see if anyone wanted to record in the state of Montana.

Thanks Marla for all the granola bars! If you can believe it, I ate the last one just now as I was writing this!

(Road tripping tip: granola bars make great mobile snacks that are relatively unaffected by the massively fluctuating climate changes in your car.)

“Wait a minute,” says Attractive Girl. “What was that you said before about your friend Ming choosing the 15th letter of the alphabet?”

Oh… I was just going to ask her “Why ‘O’, Ming?”

The mob of nearby teenagers laughs vigorously.

NEXT: A swarm of flies, a flock of chickens, a bus, a limousine, and a magic rock.

2 thoughts on “Wyoming

  1. Hi Zach!

    School being what it is, I’ve fallen behind on my reading here. I’m hoping to catch up one of these days.

    I once visited Wyoming years ago. Really awesome place. You’re not checking out Yellowstone while there? You’re missing out if you aren’t.

    Had some people over this evening and played your tunes for a solid hour. Good stuff, but you already know I think so. We’ve got to hang out again one of these days.

    Safe travels,

    P.S. – Granola bars rock!

  2. Thanks for popping in Matt. Thanks for your support of the tunes and your regular comments on the blog. I did you a favor and left you a lot of time to catch up by getting really behind on my posting as well! Hope you appreciate it.

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