Washington is a very long state. It took us about eight hours to get from Olympic National Park to Kennewick, Washington en route to Yellowstone.
The drive involved listening to satellite radio, Starbucks’, and doing the compatibility questionnaire.
The compatibility questionnaire was made famous on Big Bang Theory, when Sheldon and Penny decide to test the questionnaire with each other.
In 1997, a professor of psychology at Stony Brook University took 52 sets of male and female strangers, and gave them a set of 36 questions that range from simple… such as “Given the choice of anyone in the world,whom would you want as a dinner guest” to somebody’s deepest wishes and relationship with their parents.
Justin and I are already in love with each other, we haven’t killed each other on this month long road trip, so we didn’t do the questionnaire with the intention of falling in love with each other, we were just bored and it was a great way to kill time. We didn’t really learn much about each other that we didn’t really know except that Justin’s choice superpower was to control time and mine was to be like Kitty Pride and phase through things.
We didn’t finish the questionnaire either because arrived at our destination,but it was a good way to pass the hours of boring Washington highways.
We arrived at the hotel, checked in, then via yelp, I found an Indian Restaurant that had glowing reviews called Masla [check it out if you’re ever in Kennewick, for some strange reason]. I had saag paneer with onion naan, and Justin had chicken masala with garlic naan. Totally delicious, it was a family run business, and everyone there was super nice. Portions were large too, both Justin and I had leftovers.
Then it was back to the hotel, updating journal time, and off to bed.
Then we woke up, ate breakfast, and it was off to ID.