So I'm leaving Hillsdale Friday afternoon, after a philosophy jam at Dr. Jim Stephens’ house with all the usual culprits including Dr. Peter Blum (who I am going to pester for a philosophy of language class) Metzger, Bethany Boyd, and my future roomie Stephen Slater (rightly known to some as The Apostat). I’m leaving by greyhound in Jackson (graciously drive to the station by one of the guys at The Beat). Saturday morning I should be rolling into St. Paul where I’ll ditch my bus for a greasy spoon breakfast with Sarah J. I will return to the dog and reschedule my route after the St. Paul meeting, heading ever westward. If I’m spending more than three minutes in Spokane I’m gonna call Tim Eaton and maybe he’ll come to the station to chill for a bit. I’ll arrive in Seattle at an as-yet-unknown-time and be picked up by my sister, probably. Once home, going to see Jeff Nelson is, as always, top priority.
And yeah, I wrote this partially for the links.
My main reading task is Crime and Punishment, though I may (again) tackle Ulysses as well.