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After a very nice sleep in the giant bed I woke up at 6am. Half jokingly I'd suggested to the rest of the guys that I'd be going to the fitness centre in the hotel in the morning. Seeing as I was up at 6am, I figured I might as well go and burn off some calories so that I could consume more meat. I diligently changed into my gear and went and got my sweat on. I felt very refreshed afterwards, so it was worth doing. We met for breakfast at ...
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3. Chronic insomnia (continues for more than 3 weeks)
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... Hummingbirds - and Of Course - ROAD KILL!!
Photos taken: No wonder my camera is always breaking - I'm sure I took upwards of 10,000 photos - aren't you glad I didn't post them all? If I ever get my act together I may do a book on Barns and one on Flowers, and then of course the Alaska/Canada part of the trip. That will keep me busy for sure.
Along the way we met many wonderful people, renewed ...