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Govern’s Travel Diary

Wednesday, 12 Jul 2006

Location: Camp Stewart, Kerrville, USA

MapToday was a good day, as far as days go at Camp Stewart, seeing 3 of my kids advance up the Camp Rankings, in one day, which is a good morale boost for them and an even better image boost for me.

The day went pretty quickly mainly because of the sleep in that granted us with an extra hours sleep, much to the approval of the campers and counselors alike, and so after the league game festivities and the playing of the national anthem which I recently discovered was written by an Englishman (Fair Play!) it was time to shoot off into K-Town once again for drinking and a trip to the local cinemaplex to see the second installment in the Pirates of the Carribean saga.

It also gave me the chance to see some of the bad habits that American's have whilst at the cinemas, including hand-clapping during openning credits, and also how much popcorn one human being can endure. Some people can go in as thin as an ethiopian, but come out looking like a cross between Jabba the Hut and Oprah Winfrey during her 'BIG' stage.

The night ended pretty well with me sinking a few kindly donated 'Fat Tire Beers', which helped me forget the troubles which will await me when I wakeup tomorrow.

Oh well until morning. Goodnight.