This weekend was the Fisherman's Village Music Festival, Everett's multi-day, multi-stage music event. I'm not really big on live music so I'm glad my friend Kristen who runs the Everett Makers Market worked with the festival to set up its first Night Market. 40ish art vendors plus food trucks, and that part was free! There was even a music stage set up in the market tent, so that gave people one opportunity to see live music without having to buy a ticket. We went with Kyle and Lisa and had a great time, and even walked over to the gorgeous bar at a new-ish hotel for a drink there. Kyle stayed late so we could catch up, and thankfully I was able to sleep the right amount instead of waking up at the normal time.
Yesterday was pretty dull as I was on call for a migration for work. My job was to test our tool after the migration, so, the last part. And the migration took much longer than they thought it would, so most of my day was spent waiting around.
Back to the Gulch today. I was originally going to do a big loop by exiting via the residential neighborhood in the Northeast corner, but I did a lot of exploring instead, and doing that loop would have added two miles or so to my six total. I was tired by the end and glad I did six instead of eight.