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... for so long! The moment when you know that what your eating isn't going to kill you,that moment when you get home from a trip feeling like you forgot something really important but totally haven't, that moment when you sleep in a bed without being scared it will kill you! Anyway moving on from "That Moment" I had a choice to skip school the next day and just not go till the next year (I know its sounds like a ...
... missing it however)! Anyway! I hear England has stolen the heat for a heatwave while we have had rain and storms!! Oh well! It'll come back! I found a tan line where me hair band was on my wrist (that is a big deal for me and my pale skin!! Haha). I am now heading to Starbucks for some breakfast and going to see inside out at the movie theatre :) ending it with lunch as Walmart before I head back to camp from Binghamton!!! ...
... by an endless bottom of soft drink. Overall the meal wasn't too bad and well priced.
As we arrived here late, there wasn't a lot of time to look around, but after consulting trip advisor, there didn't appear to be much here anyway.
Binghamton was the beginning of a cold snap for us, which would continue over the next few days.
More driving tomoz, next stop Jamestown - then there will be some splainen to do.
... down to Konstancja and Hania to lead the kitchen in cooking for 180 people, I was in charge of food delivary (loading the back of the truck and driving at 1/2 mph whilst praying nothing spills); organising cabins, cleaning and generally making sure guests had everything they wanted. It was a LOT of work (13hours straight on the wedding day) but it all went really well and we even got some snazzy name tags.
After all the events were done it was ...
Life at Ballibay...
Separate cabins for Me and Hania, I have been living in B1.5 in the Boys' Area (Down the hill of death) and Hania up in G7 in the girls' area (lush open pastures).
Our roles on camp are slightly different from our first year, I am now the Dean of the Boys and don't have a cabin of kids, but need to be on call as the first point of contact if the lads have any problems, plus a bit of admin work when not teaching guitar lessons ...