We’re just a few hours away from the final performance, and we’re definitely ready for that to happen. (Although probably not quite so much as Jordan is.) We arrived in Portland around 5 p.m. yesterday (Just in time for rush hour traffic, of course.), and we had a pleasant drive en route.
Our first stop on Day 6 was in Pendleton, Oregon, which we’re told is known for its prison system and rodeo events. (No word on if there’s a prison rodeo, but I’d be disappointed to discover there wasn’t one.) Pendleton is where we found the Cattle Drive Sculpture Park.
Our next leg took us to another Stonehenge replica, this one in Maryhill, Washington. It’s dedicated to soldiers from Washington’s Klickitat County who lost their lives in war, so we thought it was a fitting place to stop.
From there we scooched on over to the Historic Columbia River Highway, where we saw Horsetail Falls as well as Vista House. It was a breathtaking drive, although a bit treacherous due to the narrow, winding road and inclines. It didn’t help that we were almost out of gas and worried about how Jordan might be doing on the crazy road. Once we got back on I84, though, it was smooth sailing.
We’re currently parked at Rocksbox Contemporary Fine Art, where we’ve spent the day going over technical details related to tonight’s performance. If you’re in Portland, we’d love to have you join us tonight at Fourteen30 Contemporary‘s satellite space (937 NW Glisan). If you can’t make it, please join us on the live blog.
Daily Stats (at the time of this posting)
In Crate: 130 hours
In Game: 93 hours
Food Consumed: 20 protein bars
Water Consumption: 3/4 of total supply of 4 gallons
Hours of Exercise: 6 hours
Hours of Sleep: 26 hours
Computer Parts Lost: 1 fan blade
In addition, Shane and I have clocked 2530.6 miles of travel total.
We’ll leave you with this image, which is the last “urine level” shot we took.