He said he's not scared of going to prison, but has been Googling the Southern California facility he'll live in for up to 3 and a half years. He could rattle off the population of the nearby town and the high temperature last week (103 degrees).
Said he might write an autobiography while in jail, call it "Absolutely Innocent." Plans to read a lot. Write a lot of letters.
. . . He said he spent the weekend with his family, and has been doing things like stopping mail to his mail box and closing his bank account. Packing.
"It's almost like going away on a vacation. A .... Government sponsored vacation," he said.
[Late Update]: The ADN has obliged us with some great video from Kohring's roadside debacle and a heckler who stopped by to tell him to "give it up and go prison". . . which he does at the end of the clip. Enjoy.