March 30, 2009

Morning Coffee

I can’t lie, long field expeditions have a tendency to wreak havoc on your body. Not only are you in a constant state of exhaustion, but also you often have to deal the occasional absence of showers, laundry facilities, and yes, mirrors. There is little point to this entry other than Jason having too good of a hair day to keep it secret. So without further delay, please let me introduce you to my friend and field companion Jason Fernandez.
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Coffee On the Go!

Normally for such expeditions i bring along a termos of hot water since and mix my grinded coffee by my coffee makers grinder. If not, you could always get the ready made ones at departmental stores. You need coffee at times to keep awake if especially you're going for days.

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