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... so good ol' Bryan started slamming down the dead trees until pieces fell off. This was a surprisingly useful technique. It was super windy so we had to feed it a lot, the smoke continued to blow in our faces and all of the built up ashes began to suffocate it. Nonetheless it was a fire.
We tried cooking some freeze dried macaroni and chili mac backpacking meals. Well Bryan and Nick did but they call for too much water so they were goupy ...
... br> These next days are going to be busy super busy,I will spend some time visiting people in Columbia and repacking (again) until I'm satisfied and can pick up my mom from work on Wednesday so my parents can drop me off at the airport.
I plan to write my next blog entry about my flights and getting to my residence hall.
A plus tard,
With the dawn of a cloudy day and rain in the forecast I decided to make a left turn to Greenville rather than continue on to Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
The Carl Sandburg Home NHS is high up in the hills in Flat Rock, North Carolina. Who Carl Sandburg and why is house a National Park System unit? Sandburg was a famous American poet and biographer of Lincoln who chose to live in a pretty and quiet spot in western North Carolina for the last couple ...
Ryan and Jordan are wonderful! I grew up with Ryan, we have known each other for nearly 15 years now. Jordan, I met on a cruise this passed summer that we all coincidentally ended up on. Talk about your small world moment. Right before the cruise is when I accepted the offer in SC and shortly so did Ryan! Never in million years did I expect a friend to be going to this flat state at the same time I did but I am grateful. Visiting ...
... a boarding pass for our flight, anywhere near our gate. Extra questioning and screening as well as passport photo verification was done before we could enter the area near our gate. At the boarding gate desk, no less than 8 people appear to be checking printed passenger lists against other lists and computer data. It's a strange feeling. You sit in you seat, watching everyone, doing your own screening and profiling. Everyone is suspect until something about their look ...