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I was at a summer camp or summer school. I was in a long line inside a building to get lunch. I saw my friend John, who worked with me at Cedar Point, and he told me to wait with him. He said he brought his own lunch. He said he had a big container of apples and some other kind of food.
Then we were inside the cafeteria. John now had two large, clear plastic tubs of food. One had lots of green apples in water in it. The other had large, blue chilies inside. They were so blue, looked fake. John sat down. I said I was going to grab a sandwich and that I'd be back and maybe have an apple.
Brittani was in line with me. She pointed out a guy I went to high school with, Myron. He was in the kitchen preparing food. I asked why he was doing this. She said he needed the extra money to raise his 8-year-old boy. She said they lived in a city in China, but I'd never heard the name she used.
Then I was walking around the halls to find a bathroom. I walked into one bathroom, but there was a maintenance crew in there, so I left in search of another. I went into the second bathroom. I walked around it to explore, then I stood in front of a urinal to pee. As I was peeing, I started falling asleep. I tried to keep my eyes open so I didn't pee on myself, but I found that very difficult.
Two guys walked into the bathroom. That woke me up enough to finish peeing. I went to a sink and washed my hands, but I didn't get them wet enough. The water didn't have a high flow, so it took awhile to wash the soap off. The paper towel dispenser was huge. So was the paper. I grabbed a sheet that must have been 2 1/2 feet wide. It didn't come off at the perforation, but that was fine because it was so big.
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I was driving on the highway west of Kayenta. My car was packed with things, so it was like I was moving. I was on the section of road parallel to the railroad tracks. It was very early in the morning. The sun hadn't come up yet, but it was near enough to the horizon that there was a little bit of blue light in the sky.
I saw a train to the left, and I decided to take a picture of it. I pulled over just as I passed the coal conveyor that passes over the road. I grabbed my tripod and camera and walked about 100 feet away from my car toward the tracks. I aimed it to the east, where there was a large sandstone formation that isn't there in real life.
I thought of using my cable shutter release but just pressed the shutter with my finger. The lens had a hard time focusing at first, but it got it, and I snapped several photos. The train was coming from the west, so it wasn't in the frame yet. Then I decided it was time to continue driving home, so I grabbed my gear and walked back to my car.
There were some people in the area to the right of me as I walked. I was in an open dirt area, and they were in an area with lots of small bushes. Two of them hopped the barbed-wire fence and followed me. Another met me at my car. I was a little nervous but figured I'd be OK once they knew I was from there.
The guy at my car was an older, overweight man. He asked me if I was going to take highway 10. I knew there was no highway 10 there, but I said I would. He said it goes all the way to his home in Indiana. I thought that was unusual, but I went along with it. Then he said he was joking and that he lives here. I said I was heading to Kayenta, making sure to pronounce it like a Navajo.
Then they all knew I was from there, so they were more jovial with me. the two guys who were behind me talked with me. The overweight man opened the two doors on the passenger side and started digging through my things. He found some bags of chips and grabbed handfuls of them. This annoyed me, so I said I had to get on the road. I pressed the button on my key to lock the doors, but it didn't do any good with them open. I hoped he would close the doors so I could get on my way.
I saw my camera bag in the front seat and was afraid his greasy hands would start touching that. I sat in the seat behind the driver's seat and closed the door on the right. He closed the front door without touching any of my camera gear. Then I felt kind of dumb sitting in the back seat, so I stepped between the seats and got in the driver's seat.