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... I immediately admitted that I had been in Sinclair and taken photographs adding that I was from Denmark, and that we don't have refineries like that there. He said that with all the terrorist activities these days you have to be careful. I believe he immediately determined that I didn't look like the typical Arab terrorist out on a mission to blow up the Sinclair oil refinery. I had noticed ...
... late, around 12:45 PM. There was no real rush to get to camp, the X being 4 easy miles South. We also took the time to make 2 breakfasts due to an excess of food (for once!). Kudos to corn cakes and cheesy grits. I'd never had cheesy grits before. Not bad at all.
Outside of an 80 foot climb when crossing the river right near camp, the entire hike was downhill. Superb. We hiked it very quickly, getting ...
... through it and end the day on a positive note. Team awareness and hard work prevailed. We put all of the skills to use that we'd learned and/or practiced over the last 27 days: Navigation, Leadership, Off-Trail Confidence, First Aid, GPS, and of course, good cooking. It felt like a lab practicum at the end of the semester. And based on the fact that we got to the X safely and were going to bed with bellies full, I'm inclined to give us all a big, fat A+ ...
... with 1,500 feet of elevation gain, everyone had a smile coming into camp, where the instructors were waiting for us with big smiles of their own.
Kitchen required a 1/8 mile, 80 foot climb which didn't feel terribly lovely after a tough hike, but it gave us a great view of the surrounding landscape. Our group debrief went splendidly, with everyone very happy at how the day progressed and how well we gelled together as a group. I couldn't ...
... satiated as the pillowy, orange clouds of dusk floated overhead. Great backdrop to a great meal.
After dinner, we had to conduct one final group activity before being allowed to travel in independent groups without instructors, such travel being scheduled to start on the next morning. We had to complete a first aid scenario, where an instructor pretends to have a particular ailment while the group identifies, and if possible, corrects the issue using ...
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