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So, a group of 20 took off in the morning to try out this course. I've been on low ropes courses before and seen high ropes but never have actually done one. We bought the intermediate packages to do course 1, 4, and 5. The weather was okay -- cloudy but no rain yet.
The instructor gave us the instructions on how to clip and unclip ourselves from tree to tree, how many people could be ...
... carefully using only their index fingers are subconsciously considered to be foreigners.
88. The most difficult subjects you learned at school were Estonian history, Estonian geography and Estonian literature. And Russian.
89. You can speak with pride of Estonia's tallest mountain.
90. Buildings taller than 20 floors are sightseeingitems where you bring visitors.
91. You are beginning to find Eino Baskin's jokes funny.
92. On June 23rd, you feel ...
... all the locals was a dry sauna that had temperatures pushing 80 or 90 degrees Celsius, depending on when you went in. The locals enjoyed coming in and pouring water over the rocks to slowly weed out the weak and unworthy. Interesting enough some did take some kind of twisted pleasure in it, listening to their laughter as you left made you think they claimed some sort of victory in the process. Needless to say, I didn't feel like winning any Estonian ...
... she explains that we can email this post office and have them move it across town. I didn't have the strength or patience to ask why she didn't tell me this the first time.
Anyway, when I get back to my room I email the post office and give them my super secret code to identify the package. The lady emails me back and seems really nice. She says it will be available to pick up Monday, today is Thursday. Ugh...more waiting.
The weekend flies by and ...
... all save a little money and headache by just skipping the taxi and pulling all our "****" through the snow ourselves. HAHA. Everyone was really happy with that decision.
Again we had to reach out to the local youth for interpretation and direction. This time they were more helpful, and less comical. By the time we reached our dorm, the wet dirty luggage we drug easily over a mile of snow somehow didn't seem that important ...