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Bookmobile day 11: one grueling day

Day 11 was one grueling day – driving and setting up/breaking in Hoopa Indian Reservation, Blue Lake and Eureka for the Oysters & Ale library benefit for WiFi.  When we got back to the Arcata hotel around 9:30pm we were so tired that we decided to have a blogging/flickr-ing moratorium. It was worthwhile since we had a full day of excitement and interesting conversation with community members. We can’t wait to blog about it when we get back to San Francisco.

6:20am this morning we got woken up from a sound slumber by a call from the front desk telling us that the bookmobile was about to get towed to make room for the Saturday farmers’ market. James as the official bookmobile driver, got up, threw some clothes on and stopped the Man from towing us. Whew! Nobody can tow the bookmobile!!

Now we’re up and on our way to Mendocino for a day at Willits and Ukiah before heading home. We’ll wrap up the goings on these last two days tonight or tomorrow. Stay Tuned!



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