Sunday, October 30, 2005


I disregarded my take home exam due Mon and went camping with the International Small Group just across the border in Virginia at an old farm land owned by the family of my SG leader John Clark since the 1700s. While it was fun, I learned several important things.

1) Sida is such a city kid. He can't cut wood and can't start a fire

2) Sleeping on a slope means your legs might protrude out of the tent

3) Lantrines dug on a slope are meant for acrobats

4) Gortex boots aren't made for winter (Duh! It was made for a tropical army!)