Missed ferry, missing credentials adds up to a day on the couch

Living in West Sound, a lot of you who travel to Seattle to watch the Huskies, Mariners, Sounders or Seahawks have probably experienced what I did this morning.

Just missed the ferry, so I had to drive around.

Pain in the you know what. Some days it’s OK, but after a late night of Friday night high school football, I was kinda looking forward to catching a little nap on the way over to the Cal-Washington game.

Turns out I also forgot my press credentials, so I ended up turning around at the first Gig Harbor exit and headed home. Decided to stick it out on the couch.

Here’s the column. http://www.kitsapsun.com/news/2011/sep/24/chuck-stark-great-view-of-the-dawgs-from-my/

It’s kinda nice to be home now instead of trying to line up a ferry or drive back around. I guess it works both ways, huh?

I focused most of my column on Keith Price, the UW quarterback who was lights out once again for the Dawgs.

Greg Bell, who writes for the Husky online site, tweeted that Price, who has thrown 14 TD passes in four games, needs one more to move into the Huskies’ all-time top 10 list. And he’s got EIGHT regular season games left.

Crazy, huh?

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