Friday, September 9, 2011

Day 28 - Corey Frantz

Today is the first full day in the front country and we had a long drive ahead of us. I woke up and wanted to punch Tony in the face for being so obnoxious, it was funny, but is still wanted to punch him. Then we “the ECOEE” group tore down camp, to get ready to leave for long day ahead. Jeff and Steve made breakfast, Jeff said it was mostly his doing, but it was amazing fit for a king and enough for ten more. There were pancakes and in the two big Dutch oven an amazing skillet filled them both. In the skillet there were eggs, cheese, hash browns, fresh green peppers, fresh tomatoes, and onion as well and of course sausage. It was awesome! Then we cleaned up and got ready to leave and drove to the United States! It was a great feeling crossing the border and being backed home, plus we didn’t get searched so it was a nice and easy transition. Within twenty minutes we stopped to fill up with gas and eat lunch, we stopped at Hardees which was good, but I know some felt guilty after eating such a greasy lunch. After we headed to Brainier, Minnesota to Camp Confidence, which is an amazing place. It is a non-profit organization that facilitates people of all ages, which have different disabilities. It sounds and looks like they do amazing work. The man that gave us the tour name is Bob, and is one of the lead guys out here and filled us with tons of information and great food. After the great tour which was great he cooked us dinner. He made us Kabobs some with chicken, beef and green peppers, onions, and yellow squash. As for sides we had wild rice with almonds and a great zucchini and onion salad. The night turned out to be great we had awsome food and a cabin that felt like a five star hotel to us. The day drawing to an end we did the usual, debriefed and debriefed some more then briefed the day. Another long day of driving it’s time for bed. Good night.

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