1. It works out really well to rent a car a drive it to Kellogg. The Nissan Altima is comfortable and it drives smoothly. I arrived in Kellogg in about nine hours, which, for me, is really good time.
2. The half of a tuna sandwich with cheddar cheese, mustard, olives, and dill pickles on Monteray Cheddar Bread with some ice water in Umatilla gave me just the fuel I needed to finish the drive to Kellogg.
3. Time flew as I drove, largely because I followed live radio coverage all day of the manhunt in Watertown/Boston. The kid was taken into custody just before I arrived in Kellogg, so I had plenty to listen to all day. The last time I listened to one thing on the radio and time flew like this was when I drove to Eugene from Kellogg while listening to the British Open, the one Tom Watson lost to Stewart Cink in 2010.